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TP-Link AC5400 Tri Band Gaming Router – MU-MIMO, 1.8GHz Quad-Core 64-bit CPU - $219.99 @ Amazon

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  • Leading edge 1.8 GHz 64 bit quad core CPU accelerates loading
  • Dynamic optimization prioritizes traffic to eradicate latency
  • AC5400 tri band Wi Fi over one 2.4 GHz and two 5 GHz bands
  • MU MIMO and AirTime Fairness maximize total throughput and response rates. Power Supply 100 240V 50/60Hz
  • RangeBoost strengthens reception and beamforming sends targeted Wi Fi to keep devices connected at farther distances than other routers
  • Link Aggregation teams two of the eight Gigabit LAN ports or one LAN with the WAN port to double connection speed
  • Powerful antivirus works from the router to protect all Your devices from cyber threats
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I'm looking to upgrade my gaming router. I have a Netgear Nighthawk X4S. If I buy this how much of a upgrade would I be getting. First person that give me a good answer will be rep.
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Lol @ "gaming router."
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AKA "Gamer of Thrones" router
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Would these be OK for pineapples at hoolicon?
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I'm looking to upgrade my gaming router. I have a Netgear Nighthawk X4S. If I buy this how much of a upgrade would I be getting. First person that give me a good answer will be rep.
Use an Ethernet line for gaming when possible. Thanks for the rep!
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Needs more antennas
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I'm looking to upgrade my gaming router. I have a Netgear Nighthawk X4S. If I buy this how much of a upgrade would I be getting. First person that give me a good answer will be rep.
We can't answer this without a lot more information. Like what speed does your wireless NIC connect at and how many devices are connected?

Eg mine is 1.73Gbps downlink with MU-MIMO. Upgrading my router will give no performance boost since I already connect at max speed and do not have so many devices that I would saturate the CPU.
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Please use your $$$ for WIFI 6
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My current router has too many things connected and is suffering. (About 35 devices). Would this be a good replacement? Or could I just get a cheap router for all the smart things to connnect to and set it up as it's own DHCP server access point?
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I have not had the best experience with TP Link products so far. The router that I used died within a year while the modem needs a frequent reboot . I would rather pay more and stick with trusted brands like Netgear
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Use an Ethernet line for gaming when possible. Thanks for the rep!
Your answer might upset him too much because it is too mind blowing and involves too much money saving.
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With wifi 6 coming to more devices, I'll have to pass on this
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I'm looking to upgrade my gaming router. I have a Netgear Nighthawk X4S. If I buy this how much of a upgrade would I be getting. First person that give me a good answer will be rep.
If you have a good consistent connection do mess with it. Nighthawks are usually fast and stable with great pings. I say don't spend the money, but you'd have to test your performance to really know.
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