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I was wondering if your type of modem matters when gaming since I'm always looking for ways to improve my connection or ping whatever you want to call it, lets just say gameplay as smooth as possible. What are some type or specific modems you guys recommend? Does your isp matter in this type of situation? I know some people will say if it ain't broke, there's no need to fix or change, but honestly this modem looks like a game boy color and it has to go in the trash (time for a new updated one)

 

I have Charter Spectrum and live in Minnesota Duluth, I think my parents are using this ugly beatup modem made by Ubee I think it's called?, this thing looks like trash and it's small, so I'm probably going to do some research on modems and thought I'd have your guys' input on this and personal preferences from experience with this type of stuff.

 

I've seen this topic here, and will also be checking on this ping plotter everyone has been recommending.

 

http://forum.netduma.com/topic/20681-best-gaming-modems-opinions/page-16?do=findComment&comment=174697

 

http://forum.netduma.com/topic/23881-ping-plotter-quick-guide/

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I was wondering if your type of modem matters when gaming since I'm always looking for ways to improve my connection or ping whatever you want to call it, lets just say gameplay as smooth as possible. What are some type or specific modems you guys recommend? Does your isp matter in this type of situation? I know some people will say if it ain't broke, there's no need to fix or change, but honestly this modem looks like a game boy color and it has to go in the trash (time for a new updated one)

 

I have Charter Spectrum and live in Minnesota Duluth, I think my parents are using this ugly beatup modem made by Ubee I think it's called?, this thing looks like trash and it's small, so I'm probably going to do some research on modems and thought I'd have your guys' input on this and personal preferences from experience with this type of stuff.

 

I've seen this topic here, and will also be checking on this ping plotter everyone has been recommending.

 

http://forum.netduma.com/topic/20681-best-gaming-modems-opinions/page-16?do=findComment&comment=174697

 

http://forum.netduma.com/topic/23881-ping-plotter-quick-guide/

 

 

https://www.amazon.com/TP-Link-TC-7610-Download-343Mbps-Certified/dp/B010Q29YF8

 

On Charter Spectrum it will do up to 100 Mbps

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Yes get the tp tc7610. I have charter and live in MN. Modbox recommended it to me. My connection is much more stable now. But if your looking to have better games in ww2. Good luck. That game is just inconsistent. I think I'm going to switch to one of the older titles. 

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I believe the TP-Link TC 7610 is good if it’s compatible with your ISP. I’ve edited your post slightly as there’s no need for the bad language.

Thanks, it seems to be a very popular modem
Thanks for the link brother, I've decided to get it :D

 

Yes get the tp tc7610. I have charter and live in MN. Modbox recommended it to me. My connection is much more stable now. But if your looking to have better games in ww2. Good luck. That game is just inconsistent. I think I'm going to switch to one of the older titles.

Good information, it should help me as my current modem doesn't seem to be the best. How big of an improvement 1-10 did you notice after switching to this modem? I'm excited to try it out!

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