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Bigfoot Networks releases even faster Killer NIC

Seems there truly is a market for this, or?

| Networking News | Posted: May 11, 2010 1:28 pm

Bigfoot Networks still feel content that there is a market out there in giving the fussiest of online gamers a better gaming experience. It has just polished the edges on its latest Killer series network card in the Killer 2100, stating it is the fastest network card available for online gaming purposes, period.

 

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This is a PCI-E x1 card that uses a 400MHz network processor (NPU) and has 128MB of DDR2 memory onboard. The card of course features Gigabit connectivity and sports some advanced optimization technologies such as Game Networking DNA which accelerates latency-sensitive game traffic, an Advanced Game Detect function that prioritizes game traffic, Windows stack bypass and a Visual Bandwidth Control feature that enables users to manage their internet connection easier.

 

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The Killer 2100 from Bigfoot will begin selling worldwide within the next few weeks from partners including Golden Arrow, Leadtek, TUL and VisionTek at a price point of around $130.

 

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