Linksys WRT32X AC3200 WI-FI Gaming Router for £154.98 delivered @ eBuyer
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Linksys WRT32X AC3200 WI-FI Gaming Router for £154.98 delivered @ eBuyer

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Found 30th MarEdited by:"idontflycathay"
Lowest ever price on this gaming router

Gain a competitive edge over your online gaming opponents with the Linksys WRT32X gaming router. Equipped with enterprise-grade hardware,this high-performance router minimizes ping times and ensures smooth,lag-free gaming thanks to its top-of-class CPU,blistering wired and Wi-Fi speeds plus,gaming-optimized firmware. Its black matte finish and LED lights gives it a sleek,stealthy look that goes with the rest of your gaming rig.



The WRT32X features Rivet Networking's killer mode which automatically synchronizes your killer-enabled PC with the killer prioritization engine,ensuring fast smooth gameplay so you're always a few steps ahead of your online competition.

The WRT32X broadcasts an ultra-fast,steady signal throughout your household,offering ample bandwidth to support lag-free gaming,4K and HD video streaming,and other data-heavy applications. The router's two dedicated bands help minimize lag even when multiple devices are connected. High-bandwidth applications are routed to the high-speed 5 GHz band,while lower-bandwidth activities utilize the 2.4 GHz band.

  • The first router purpose-built to prioritize gaming
  • The Killer Prioritization Engine identifies, prioritizes and accelerates gaming network traffic above all else, to reduce peak ping by up to 77%
  • Synchronizes with Killer-enabled PCs--from brands such as AlienwareTM, GigabyteTM, MSITM and RazerTM
  • Promotes simultaneous high-speed data processing
  • The WRT32X gives you dominating Next-Gen AC Wi-Fi speeds up to 3.2 Gbps that keep you at the top of your game
  • Each connected client device receives its own dedicated data stream, so multiple users won't have to compete with one another for bandwidth
  • The WRT32X gaming router also features a pro-grade Gigabit Ethernet switch with four ports, making it ideal for connecting multiple gaming rigs or consoles at your next LAN party
  • Dynamic frequency selection (DFS) certification from the FCC not only allows operation at 160MHz enabling Tri-Stream160, but it also triples the channels available at 80MHz so the WRT32X can operate in the clearest airspace that other routers aren't allowed

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The gamer market is a great place to sell snake oil at inflated price, this is just a general router, that they rebranded and added the word ‘gaming’ and it is not a particularly good router, well no better than all the rest.

So Linksys wins bragging rights for getting to market with the first contiguous 160 MHz router. But as I've pointed out many times in this review, this isn't a particularly useful innovation unless you buy two WRT3200ACMs and use one as a bridge.

In the end, the WRT3200ACM is an expensive AC1900 router at $250, with wireless performance generally comparable to other AC1900 class routers. Its main competitive weakness is that it didn't produce downlink throughput as high as other products with strongest signals, which caused it to rank lower.
Edited by: "Aeschylus" 30th Mar
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The gamer market is a great place to sell snake oil at inflated price, this is just a general router, that they rebranded and added the word ‘gaming’ and it is not a particularly good router, well no better than all the rest.

So Linksys wins bragging rights for getting to market with the first contiguous 160 MHz router. But as I've pointed out many times in this review, this isn't a particularly useful innovation unless you buy two WRT3200ACMs and use one as a bridge.

In the end, the WRT3200ACM is an expensive AC1900 router at $250, with wireless performance generally comparable to other AC1900 class routers. Its main competitive weakness is that it didn't produce downlink throughput as high as other products with strongest signals, which caused it to rank lower.
Edited by: "Aeschylus" 30th Mar
Aeschylus7 h, 55 m ago

The gamer market is a great place to sell snake oil at inflated price, …The gamer market is a great place to sell snake oil at inflated price, this is just a general router, that they rebranded and added the word ‘gaming’ and it is not a particularly good router, well no better than all the rest.So Linksys wins bragging rights for getting to market with the first contiguous 160 MHz router. But as I've pointed out many times in this review, this isn't a particularly useful innovation unless you buy two WRT3200ACMs and use one as a bridge.In the end, the WRT3200ACM is an expensive AC1900 router at $250, with wireless performance generally comparable to other AC1900 class routers. Its main competitive weakness is that it didn't produce downlink throughput as high as other products with strongest signals, which caused it to rank lower.


Out of interest, do you have a router that you recommend? I have 350mb broadband but the ISP router is shocking.

I am currently using an Asus instead, it works really well but is capped at 200mb. I may as well get what I'm paying for.

I've looked everywhere but as you say, there's a lot of snake oil out there.
If you're serious about quality of service the first thing you do is go wired, with 5g as a last resort. A £10 Edimax on a wired connection will outperform this on 2.4g WiFi in a built up area with idiots using channels outside 1/6/11.
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