Austin, TX (December 10, 2009) Falcon Northwest and Bigfoot Networks have teamed up to bring a killer gaming experience to customers building one of Falcon’s best-of-class, award-winning PC systems. Gamers can now order Bigfoot Networks’ Killer NIC™ K1 gaming network card as an upgrade option on Falcon Northwest Gaming PCs, including the Mach V, Talon and FragBox systems. Now Falcon Northwest customers can get the competitive edge in their online gaming experience by using the Killer NIC K1– the only network card that reduces lag and delivers smoother, more responsive online game play.
As the perfect upgrade to Falcon Northwest’s high-quality custom gaming PCs, the Killer NIC K1 is a high-performance network card designed specifically to improve online gaming performance.
• Improves responsiveness by bypassing the Windows® stack and reducing in-game ping
• Smoothes game play and increases frame rates by offloading network processing from the CPU to the NPU
• Features built-in gamer-grade Killer Hardware Firewall&Killer Hardware Bandwidth Control to manage and secure your gaming network with high-performance tools.
Falcon Northwest makes PCs for enthusiasts. It invented the custom Gaming PC concept back in 1992 and has won every major award from just about every PC review outlet. Falcon Northwest offers its customers PC speed, reliability, compatibility and customization.
About Bigfoot Networks
Bigfoot Networks is dedicated to developing groundbreaking networking hardware and software for gamers and mass-market consumers. Bigfoot aims to support the rapidly growing online and competitive gaming markets, in addition to mainstream consumer applications that can benefit from the company’s leading technology. Powered by Bigfoot’s proprietary Lag and Latency Reduction technology, the company’s first product line, Killer™ NIC, is the industry's first network interface card (NIC) designed specifically to improve network performance for a smoother, more responsive online game experience. Bigfoot Networks is funded by leading venture capital firms North Bridge Venture Partners and Palomar Ventures. To learn more, visit Bigfoot Networks at www.killernic.com<http://www.killernic.com> .
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