WRouter: 110V vs 220V power (does it matter) Tags: Connectivity Wireless Router Linksys Compatibility Power Wireless Networking Last response: June 17, 2010 4:18 AM in Wireless Networking Share iritchie June 15, 2010 7:48:57 AM Was just wondering if plugging my linksys wireless router(100-240V power compatible) into a 110V outlet matters? -Linksys WRT120n model Plugging it in 110V works but does will it have more range or faster network speed when plugged into a 220v outlet? (Because I have a speaker and when plugged into a 110v power, emits a softer sound than plugging it into a 220v outlet which is way way way more louder). Thanks. More about : wrouter 110v 220v power matter iritchie June 17, 2010 4:18:23 AM Best answer selected by iritchie. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumWRouter : 110V vs 220V power ForumNeed to switch power supply over to 110v , from 220v . Need help. ForumRunning pc on 220v in the USA Forum110V and 220V on laptops question ForumHelp 8800gts fatality vs 8800gt vs 3870 ForumA Couple Questions: New Hardcore Gaming Rig (My First Build ≤$6000) ForumConnecting 2.5" SATA Disk to Desktop Internal SATA ForumFox news doing what it does best Forum~$400: Some parts only ForumKeep memory voltage on auto? ForumNeed help choosing the right motherboard ForumCascaded micro-ring resonators. Say what??? ForumPC Won't boot after installing new Graphics card ForumNot booting, no power to MB ForumIf a just built PC goes bang on power -up... ForumMotheboard for: x2 AMD 6850/i5 2500k ForumBest wireless network card for my router? ForumWhy does my wifi appear as default on my phone not wlan? ForumClicking "View Available Wireless Networks" Does Not Bring Up Window ForumDoes distance affect connectivity More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !