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The KFConsole is Real and its Coming thanks to Intel, ASUS, Cooler Master and Seagate

The KFC Gaming Console is Real?

The KFConsole is Real and its Coming thanks to Intel, ASUS, Cooler Master and Seagate

The KFConsole is Real and its Coming thanks to Intel, ASUS, Cooler Master and Seagate

You thought that KFC Gaming's KFConsole was a joke? It isn't. KFC has declared that the "console wars are over", revealing the KFConsole and the company's long list of hardware partners, which include ASUS, Cooler Master, Intel and Seagate. The KFConsole is real, and it includes everything that KFC Gaming has promised, even the chicken warming compartment. 

Using Intel's NUC 9 Extreme compute platform, an ASUS graphics card, Seagate SSD storage and a custom Cooler Master KFC enclosure, the KFC console promised to deliver VR support, ray tracing acceleration and support for 4K displays and refresh rates as high as 240Hz. This is a gaming platform that "Finger Clickin' Good". 

With the KFConsole, KFC Gaming is proving that PC is the best console, offering gamers unique features and what appears to be the full PC gaming experience from a console-sized device. The heat output of this system can also be put to good use thanks to this monster's "Chicken Chamber", a compartment which uses this system's natural heat and airflow to keep your hot, crispy chicken ready to eat between rounds. 

The KFConsole is Real and its Coming thanks to Intel, ASUS, Cooler Master and Seagate  
The KFConsole is housed within a custom Cooler Master NC100 enclosure and used an Intel NUC 9 Extreme Compute Element, a factor that makes the KFConsole upgradeable. Both the console's graphics card and CPU/motherboard element are replaceable, delivering gamers a fully upgradable console experience. The KFConsole offers gamers a level of upgradability that the PS5 and Xbox Series systems cannot match. 



You can join the discussion on KFC Gaming's KFConsole on the OC3D Forums

The KFConsole is Real and its Coming thanks to Intel, ASUS, Cooler Master and Seagate  

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23-12-2020, 10:34:24

Digikid
Pretty sure PC is not a "console".Quote

23-12-2020, 12:28:07

tgrech
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Originally Posted by Digikid View Post
Pretty sure PC is not a "console".
Think you could argue it's "a small electronic device for playing computerized video games." if it's designed for playing videogames regardless of what underlying tech it uses.Quote

23-12-2020, 13:52:28

ET3D
When the Pentium came out with a whopping 16W power consumption, I joked that Intel is about to rename 'chips' to 'fries' and PCs will come with built it fish grilling, to be sold as 'fillet and fries'.


I can't believe that almost 30 years later this idea might become real. It boggles the mind.


Anyway, that'd certainly be a cool console. Amazing that a food company can create something like this, and a company called Atari finds it hard to release its lame console.Quote

23-12-2020, 16:28:04

looz
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Originally Posted by Digikid View Post
Pretty sure PC is not a "console".
Where is the line drawn? Current consoles aren't far from PCs apart from custom OS and a locked bootloader. Since they're advertising hooking that up to a TV, maybe the UI is a fair bit different.Quote

23-12-2020, 17:51:43

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by Digikid View Post
Pretty sure PC is not a "console".

A console in its most basic term is just a small computerised system with a user interface.Quote
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