XFINITY Modem Reviews help you to find the best cable modem for your Comcast XFINITY services. We have been assisting consumers for over 10 years. We let you know what is worth (and not worth) buying with our buyer ratings. Easily find the best compatible modem for your individual Internet tier and services.
There are four main types of modems as listed below. XFINITY Modem Reviews is updated on a weekly basis.
Do Not Buy These Modems For XFINITY
As mentioned earlier, these are the cable modems listed with bad Puma 6 chipset. You may see other sites with many more faulty modems listed. They have completely overdone it and went over the top listing modems with all Intel Chipsets as bad. However, this not the case. Only those with the Intel Puma 6 are faulty. Just another reason XFINITY Modem Reviews is around, that is, to help the consumer make an informed and accurate decision.
- Arris SB6190
- Arris TG1672G
- Arris TM1602
- Super Hub 3 (Arris TG2492LG) (commonly, Virgin Media)
- Hitron CGN3 / CDA / CGNV series modems:
- Hitron CDA-32372
- Hitron CDE-32372
- Hitron CDA3-35
- Hitron CGNV4
- Hitron CGNM-3552 (commonly, Rogers)
- Hitron CGN3 (eg CGN3-ACSMR)
- Hitron CGNM-2250 (commonly, Shaw)
- Linksys CM3024
- Linksys CM3016
- TP-Link CR7000
- Netgear AC1750 C6300 AC1900
- Netgear CM700
- Telstra Gateway Max (Netgear AC1900 / C6300) (Australia)
- Cisco DPC3848V
- Cisco DPC3941B / DPC3941T (commonly, Comcast Xfinity XB3)
- Cisco DPC3939
- Compal CH7465-LG / Arris TG2492LG (commonly, Virgin Media Hub 3)
You can read more about the ongoing class action lawsuit here.
Puma 6 Cable Modem Chipset Defect — Schubert Jonckheer …
Top XFINITY Modem Reviews
Well worth it - Very impressed with the quality. It looks and even smells like a new unit, and I am 100% happy with my choice to buy refurbished. I switched from an Xfinity Gateway unit, and pay for speeds up to 100mbps down.
The ARRIS SB8200 is compatible with more cable providers as opposed to its Netgear Counterpart CM1100. This is truly a future-proof cable modem that will handle speeds up to 2 Gbps. However, the SB8200 is not just for Gig-speed tiers but lower speeds as well.
Finally decided to upgrade my Xfinity-provided and woefully unreliable Modem/Router combo to this Modem and Netgear R7000 Router (which I also highly recommend) and the difference is incredible! Before I was only getting 90 Mbps and frequent dropouts and now I've been getting a consistent 200 Mbps (keep in mind I'm only on a 175 Mbps plan) and so far absolutely no dropouts or slowdowns! I was expecting a minor improvement but I was not expecting this much of an improvement! The set-up was straightforward and easy as well! I would totally recommend this Modem for anyone looking for an upgrade with Voice capability and is definitely worth the price (now saving $14 a month in rental fees) All in all I am very happy with this purchase and will be buying Netgear products for years to come.
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The CMAX6000 is a perfect combination of a DOCSIS 3.1 and WiFI-6 cable modem. It is approved by Comcast XFINITY for tiers up to 2 GBPS. With its passive cooling technology, overheating and noisy fans are a thing of the past. This is surely the last cable modem you will need for years, or maybe decades to come.
This is a good modem for Comcast if you subscribe to speeds up to 300 Mbps. If you intend on boosting your speed with XFINITY in the near future, consider a DOCSIS 3.1 modem. Although more expensive, a 3.1 modem is backward compatible with 3.0. A 3.1 modem would be the last you would need for at least 10 years, provided it lasts that long.
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