A “Killer Enabled Device” is any computer that is connected to the Internet using a currently supported Killer Networking adapter. You can find our adapters installed in gaming laptops, desktops, and mainboards, manufactured by various well-known and respected names in the computer industry. If you are looking for a Killer Enabled Device, then you are looking for a machine, or motherboard, with one of these network adapters. Currently supported adapters include:
- All Killer Wireless-N Wi-Fi adapters
- All Killer Wireless-AC Wi-Fi adapters
- All Killer Wireless 6 Wi-Fi adapters
- Killer E2200, E2400, E2500 and E2600 Gigabit Ethernet Adapters
- Killer E3000 and E3100 2.5 Gigabit Ethernet Adapters
You can find the latest Killer Control Center, with the latest drivers, here for all Killer Wireless-n/a/ac (1435, 1535, 1525, 1550) and currently supported Ethernet adapters (E2200, E2400, E2500, E3000) with current versions of Windows 10 (1803+):
And here for all Killer Wireless-N adapters (1102, 1103, 1202), regardless of operating system version. This version is also for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1:
If you experience any problems installing the latest Killer Control Center, we recommend clean-installing the latest version.
XBOX devices will not show as a Killer Enabled Device on the WRT32X or the WRT32XB. The WRT32XB will identify the XBOX, though, and allow you to set its priority within the router’s user interface.