Bigfoot Networks Killer 2100 Gaming Network Card
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I can't speak about other people but whenever i play an online game i always wish i had a lower ping number than i do since i real hate it when i shoot at someone only to see that he is not there the next moment. Of course this has been happening ever since i started playing online games back in 1997 through game spy and the well-known KALI. Back then however we did not have ADSL connections and so we just had to make due with our regular dial up modems. Now almost 14 years later technology has made great leaps and so all of us have ADSL connections with state of the art modem/routers and very good built-in Ethernet cards (Some people have even better technologies available to them). Still problems with online games remain and so many gamers seek out new ways to improve their gaming experience. Bigfoot networks has been in the business of making better Ethernet cards for quite a long time now and the Killer 2100 Gaming Network Card is their latest weapon in the fight against mediocre online gaming.
Bigfoot Networks™ is dedicated to developing groundbreaking networking hardware and software for gamers and mass-market consumers that significantly enhance the online experience by maximizing network performance. Bigfoot Networks’ technology and products are designed to provide the best experience for today’s new generation of real-time network-dependent applications such as online gaming, voice chat, and other applications that require highly responsive interactivity. Bigfoot Networks was founded in 2006. The company is headquartered in San Jose, CA and has offices in Austin, TX.
As i said Bigfoot Networks have been around for quite some time now and so their original Killer card models, the M1 and K1, were released back in 2006, still due to them not being much known to people their cards really started having exposure in 2007. Over a year ago Bigfoot Networks released yet another gaming network card, the Killer Xeno Pro, featuring better performance than its predecessors. Now over a year later they have released the Killer 2100 Gaming Network Card lacking some of the connectors and features of the Xeno Pro model but with improved performance numbers. But does it really make a difference when compared to today’s built-in Gigabit Ethernet cards? That's what we are here to find out.