The best wireless router?

Hi, so my network wireless router works little during these three days, and I think to buy a new one.
First of all, I really want the network at high speed. And also the range. I want to high power.
In addition, my brother and I'm an online game called Minecraft and sometimes we have had trouble with delay. I don't really want to do with my new router, so can you tell me what router should I buy?
Oh, and if I need to tell you which computer that is using my family's here.
We use all of the Mac.

And also, what is the difference between AC1200 and AC1900 or AC3200?
I'm sorry but I'm beginner...

Ago, the WRT54g now is becoming old and can't handle the bandwidth and other band. It is not even GB supports side LAN I think. AY, you are going to be interested in a WRT1900AC. Been working fine for me and I make game on XBL. I don't know so I not Wii or NDS experiences between people and the WRT1900AC router.

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