I’m not a huge fast food fan, but sometimes I confess I find chicken KFC a little amusing. I really liked a hamburger (chicken naturally), which they did a couple of years ago. Still, I think it already had some sort of little potato omelet, at least in Spain. If I understand properly, Tower was renamed. And the menu of this sort of restaurant changes spontaneously, too, adapting it to its users’ evolving tastes.
I didn’t expect that he shocked us by introducing his own video game console one nice day in his message’s continuous progression. And I say again, no, not April’s Day of Fools; it’s not April’s nonsense or something. It is basically a project that has been created by no other than KFC Gaming (the division formed to do this), Cooler Master, Intel, Asus, and Seagate, as can be seen on the Cooler Master website. Too many names and too grave to make this a joke, even though it always feels like it.
In reality, KFC’s KFConsole aims to be an Intel NUC 9 Extreme with a careful hardware range and a fascinating digital marketing services campaign. Here, for instance, KFC Gaming already has a verified Twitter account. We can see the video of the console promotional one (I believe the Twitter offices get pallets and more chicken fried pallets).
Cooler Master has been built and made any significance in the universe the KFC console box, which is based on the style of one of his popular chicken wing buckets (I can’t believe what I’m writing yet). Since KFConsole gains from dissipation systems and hot air escape, it has a compartment specifically built to house the chicken parts and stay warm when we play. It’s a technology firm that is specialized in heat control.
You definitely think about its advantages. The device is based around an Intel NUC 9 Extreme, as I described before, while the graphics fall on a GeForce RTX 20; whether a 2070 or 2080 from Asus is not yet clear. One imposing feature is storage. The KFC Console mounts two Seagate Barracuda PCIe NVMe drives of one terabyte each if the top-of-the-range version of the Microsoft and Sony next-generation sit on the terabyte.
This hardware is why KFC and its project partners say that the KFConsole provides up to 4k resolution up to 240 frames per second and 240 hertz. They even say, but I doubt that it is entirely consistent with the ray tracking incorporated by more and more titles at the same time as these graphic modes. And they claim their hardware is more than able to handle those devices if the choice is virtual reality correctly.
While KFC and its partners speak of the console, its designs are primarily designed to be used on the TV. In fact, we speak from a PC specially designed for playing games and to keep chicken warm; even with one of its Tweets, they tell the console war ending (obviously because they won it). That’s what I could never have dreamed I would write one day in all my years about technology.