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Posted 23rd Feb

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Down from £134.99 for this Linsys Gaming Router.

Exclusively built for gamers

The Linksys WRT32X router has been designed and produced exclusively for gamers. This machine has been formulated to give you a competitive edge over your online gaming opponents - and they won't know what's hit them when you unleash your inner beast.

This is a well-priced, versatile and high-performance gaming router.

Setting up your Linksys router

Set up time for the WRT32X model is minimal. It's definitely a user-friendly system and broadcasts an ultra-fast, steady signal - which is exactly what you need when you're gaming, and your life depends on it.

Gamers stuff

When you're trying to beat your toughest gaming opponent, you need all the help you can get. You need ultra-fast speed and a strong, uninterrupted Wi-Fi signal. The Linksys Gaming Router is the equivalent of the Starship Enterprise - and you're captain Kirk. A split second can make all the difference to the result, which is one reason you'll love the smooth, lag-free gaming.

The WRT32X is excellent for 4K and HD video streaming along with other heavy-data applications.

How does it look?

The Linksys Wi-Fi Gaming Router has a unique look. It could be a design for a Russian space station. The black matter finish has proved popular with buyers as it goes with the rest of their gaming kits. The module also has LED lighting, and the overall design is stylish and compact.

Technical Specification


Genral

Device Type: Wireless router - 4-port switch (integrated)
Enclosure Type: Desktop
Connectivity Technology: Wireless, wired
Data Link Protocol: Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n, IEEE 802.11ac
Frequency Band: 2.4 GHz / 5 GHz
Data Transfer Rat: 3.2 Gbps
Network / Transport Protocol: PPTP, IPSec
Encryption Algorithm: WPA2, 128-bit AES
Features: Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI), firmware upgradable, WPA2 encryption, IPSec passthrough, reset button, MU-MIMO technology, dual band, Tri-Stream 160 technology, Dynamic Frequency Selection (DFS)
Compliant Standards: IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n, IEEE 802.11ac, FCC
Processor: 1.8 GHz
Status Indicators: Power, LAN, USB
Expansion / Connectivity
Interfaces: LAN: 4 x 10Base-T/100Base-TX/1000Base-T - RJ-45 ¦ USB 3.0: 1 x 9 pin USB Type A ¦ WAN: 1 x 10Base-T/100Base-TX/1000Base-T - RJ-45 ¦ USB 2.0 / eSATA: 1 x 11 pin USB/eSATA

Aerial

Aerial: External detachable
Antenna Qty: 4

Power

Power Device: External power adapter
Voltage Required: AC 120/230 V (50/60 Hz)

Miscellaneous

Cables Included: 1 x network cable
Localisation: United Kingdom

Software / System Requirements

OS Required: Apple MacOS X 10.x or later, Microsoft Windows 7 / 8.1 / 10

Dimensions & Weight

Width: 24.587 cm
Depth: 19.38 cm
Height: 5.182 cm
Weight: 798.32 g
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14 Comments
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A shockingly bad router. I wouldn't take one if they were free. Avoid.
Bluecube23/02/2020 12:32

A shockingly bad router. I wouldn't take one if they were free. Avoid.


Not for me. I found it pretty decent. Even better with openwrt.
rev623/02/2020 13:04

Not for me. I found it pretty decent. Even better with openwrt.


Even better with custom firmware
rev623/02/2020 13:04

Not for me. I found it pretty decent. Even better with openwrt.


Is there a noticible difference with this instead of using a genric router instead of the virgin box
Find my connections are not equal
Some of the kids xbox download on average 130mbs but that's only to the first one online the others download at a slower rate until number 1 has finished
My xbox direct to virgin
Kids are via ethernet to 2nd router linksys
And then wired and 3rd wireless from 2nd router
Sound OK?

Or should I be looking at this router or a nighthawk
Edited by: "wanderer" 23rd Feb
wanderer23/02/2020 14:39

Is there a noticible difference with this instead of using a genric router …Is there a noticible difference with this instead of using a genric router instead of the virgin boxFind my connections are not equalSome of the kids xbox download on average 130mbs but that's only to the first one online the others download at a slower rate until number 1 has finishedMy xbox direct to virginKids are via ethernet to 2nd router linksysAnd then wired and 3rd wireless from 2nd routerSound OK?Or should I be looking at this router or a nighthawk



Yeah it sounds fine but you would probably benefit from some sort of QoS.
rev623/02/2020 14:44

Yeah it sounds fine but you would probably benefit from some sort of QoS.


Cool, I'll have a read up
yup if you get this change the FW to openwrt will be good then just dont think much of there fw ty OP
scooter23/02/2020 19:25

yup if you get this change the FW to openwrt will be good then just …yup if you get this change the FW to openwrt will be good then just dont think much of there fw ty OP


It's easy to go back to stock firmware as well.
this must be the best router, as it's got "Gaming" in it`s name
ws00724/02/2020 01:26

this must be the best router, as it's got "Gaming" in it`s name



Nope. That's not how it works.
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