Bigfoot Networks launch the Killer 2100 gaming network card

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Bigfoot Networks Killer 2100Lag making your frag-count sag? Getting over-run by Left 4 Dead 2’s zombie-horde time and again due to stuttering connection issues. Then take a look at Bigfoot Networks’ latest gaming network card, the Killer 2100.

Tailored specifically to the needs of online gamers, the Killer 2100 comes from a long line of top-of-the-range network cards from Bigfoot Networks, including the Xeno Killer Pro and Xeno Killer Ultra.

The Killer 2100 however is their most advanced card yet, claiming to be the worlds fastest for online gaming. It uses Game Networking DNA technology which includes a processor dedicated to networking, Advanced Game Detect options, Windows stack bypass, and a bandwidth visualiser to help you pinpoint what programs may be hogging your internet connection.

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 built-in.

Compatible with Windows 7, Vista, and XP SP2, stuttering and game freezes should be a thing of the past with this bit of kit.

Gerald Lynch
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