Originally Posted by Semper Fidelis
Well, I mean what really separates a "Gaming Router" from any other router? Its like buying that $200 Killer NIC Card... I would just go with any ordinary router.
It matters if you torrent, have a lot of users, or have a media server.http://www.smallnetbuilder.com/compo...189/chart,124/
WAN to LAN Throughput ranges from 1 to 332 Mbps.
LAN to WAN Throughput range from 7 to 530 Mbps.
Total Simultaneous Throughput ranges from 7 to 526 Mbps.
Maximum Simultaneous Connections ranges from 8 to 200+.
Originally Posted by trueg50
Flashing to DD-WRT will allow you to increase the signal your router is cranking out, and also you can overclock the CPU, aiding in file transfer speeds.
It helps but hardware still has a limit. I went from a DD-WRT WRT54GS to a D-Link DGL-4300 Gaming router. I notice a massive improvement since the WRT54GS can only handle something like 8-64 simultaneous connections while the DGL-4300 can handle 180 connections.
Is your copy of Vista OEM? If so, you can get a DGL-4300 for $15 AR via http://localpcbuilder.com/offers/