Bigfoot Networks Killer 2100 NIC reinvents the network card…yet again

by Rafael Hernandez on May 11, 2010 · 0 comments

If at first you don’t succeed….you pound the problem into the ground and grind it into dust so that the competition can do nothing but stand in awe of your accomplishment.  At least we think that’s what they’re trying to do.

Bigfoot Networks has announced their new Killer 2100 network interface card which is similar to their older products, in that it actually uses the same processor to do its dirty work, but this time they’ve cut out the fat. This time the company has gone back to the drawing board and rewritten their software for even more low-latency action without all of that messy CPU time-requiring that integrated solutions toss into the mix.

All of this network stress relieving magic will set you back a familiar $129 MSRP and you can expect to see the card in store over the coming weeks.

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