Bigfoot Introduces Killer Network Interface Card
Bigfoot Networks announced this interesting device - Killer Network Interface Card with Flexible Network Architecture (FNA) naturally called to help gamers squeeze maximum FPS of their games.
The device features a built-in 400MHz Killer Network Processor Unit and 64MB of DDR PC2100 memory to offload Gigabit traffic handling from system to the NIC.
- MaxFPS - frees CPU resources usually spent on traffic processing
- UltimatePing - enables lowest ping possible with the help of Killer Network Processor Unit (NPU)
- Ping Throttle - ping control mechanism
- GameFirst - packet prioritization so games have higher priority then eMule, Bittorent, etc.
- 10/100/1000 Ethernet / Fast-Ethernet Controller
- 64MB DDR PC2100 memory
- 32-bit 400MHz NPU
- IEEE 802.3, 802.3u, 802.3x, 802.3z
- 32-bit PCI Rev 2.2 bus
- Magnesium alloy heatsink
- RJ-45, USB 2.0
- Windows XP (.NET 1.1 for LagMeter)
- Consumes 5-10W
Considering that every motherboard has a "free" NIC these days, the novelty has many rivals to compete with, however KillerNIC is a specificial product designed primarily for enthusiasts.
KillerNIC is to go on sale on August 16 for the yet undisclosed price.
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