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    Linksys and Rivet Networks team up for the WRT32X gaming router

    The 'Killer Prioritization Engine' is incorporated into the router for low latency, reduced lag.
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    Re: Linksys and Rivet Networks team up for the WRT32X gaming router

    I'm not sure that the 300 dollar pricetag would justify the reduction in latency. Most latency problems in the uk is due to the infrastructure used by most ISP's (ie BT) or the traffic shaping they employ. A couple of milliseconds reduction wouldn't really make any difference to most people's gaming.

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    Re: Linksys and Rivet Networks team up for the WRT32X gaming router

    Quote Originally Posted by Racksmirh View Post
    I'm not sure that the 300 dollar pricetag would justify the reduction in latency. Most latency problems in the uk is due to the infrastructure used by most ISP's (ie BT) or the traffic shaping they employ. A couple of milliseconds reduction wouldn't really make any difference to most people's gaming.
    I'm sure it will help anyone sharing a connection. The motherboard one looked pretty effective at handling traffic albeit only manages your personal traffic. Whether it's worth the cost, maybe not for some, maybe as time goes on it will be a little more affordable.

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