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Should I use the CM700 or keep the SB6183?

Discussion in 'Wireless Buying Advice' started by NesTx88, Sep 11, 2019.

  1. NesTx88

    NesTx88 Occasional Visitor

    May 19, 2017
    Current setup is Comcast with 150mbps, using a net gear orbi with 2 satellites, and 6183, and wondering should I keep the sb6183 or go with the cm700.

    A issue I had earlier on with the Intel Puma 6 chipset issue, and I originally had the 6190, and the cm700 has it, so I'm wondering if its best to avoid?
  2. Trip

    Trip Very Senior Member

    Aug 12, 2014
    Yes, I'd stick with Broadcom chipsets, all day, every day. I find the Arris SurfBoards to be rock solid as well, so I don't think you can do wrong by staying put.
  3. Smokey613

    Smokey613 Regular Contributor

    Feb 21, 2019
    Redneck Riviera, USA
    I have an Arris DG2470A Surfboard modem provided by my ISP. It’s been up for 103 days in bridge mode without a hiccup. It seems to be a very stable platform.