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|11th August 2010, 18:56||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
VisionTek cuts price of its Killer 2100 Gaming Network Card
Introduced two months ago with a price tag of $129.99, the Bigfoot-powered VisionTek Killer 2100 Gaming Network Card has received a price cut which makes it break the apparently magical $100 mark. Now at $99, the card is hoped to become more enticing for the online gaming crowd.
The Killer 2100 has a PCI-Express x1 interface and features a 400 MHz-clocked network processor (NPU), 128MB of DDR2 memory, Gigabit Ethernet connectivity, the Game Networking DNA which accelerates latency-sensitive game traffic, the Advanced Game Detect function that prioritizes game traffic, Windows stack bypass, and the Visual Bandwidth Control, enabling users to manage their Internet connection with (relative) ease.
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