Bigfoot Networks whips out Killer 2100 gaming network card

May 11, 2010

Bigfoot Networks has been making network cards for a long time that promise to improve the gaming performance of computers used for online games. The company already offers NICs like the Xeno Killer Pro and Ultra. Bigfoot Networks has unveiled its latest Nic aimed at gamers today called the Killer 2100.

The Killer 2100 claims to be the world's fastest online gaming network card. It uses Game Networking DNA technology that includes a dedicated network processor, Advanced Game Detect, Windows stack bypass, and Visual Bandwidth control features. These features claim to reduce stuttering, freezing, and other issues commonly associated with lag.

The Killer 2100 can operate on 10/100/1000 Ethernet networks and uses the PCIe x1 slot. The network processor is 400MHz and the card has 128MB of RAM. It will work in machines running Windows 7, Vista, and XP SP2.

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