Now that the next-gen consoles from Sony and Microsoft have officially appeared, Kentucky Fried Chicken has a surprise in store for all gamers at the end of the year. It is the first KFConsole that can play current games in 4K with up to 240 FPS thanks to the latest technology. Strictly speaking, of course, it is a high-end PC that will be created in cooperation with Cooler Master, but KFC wants to get involved in the console war and explains it on Twitter even before the launch of the KFConsole than finished. A trailer was also presented.
Before we turn to the technical details, let's first talk about the actual highlight of the KFConsole. The hardware offers an integrated chicken chamber that keeps your food warm. The housing of the console is designed to store excess heat in this area. According to the published press release from KFC, the company would even be ready to share this idea with the competition in the future.
"If Sony or Microsoft need any tips on how to use a chicken chamber in their next endeavors, please feel free to talk to us."
First details on the specifications of the KFConsole promise an Intel Nuc 9 CPU and two SSD hard drives from the Seagate BarraCuda with 1 TB of storage each. Since the hardware will also offer ray tracing, a GPU from Nvidia should also be installed. Exact information is not yet available here. The graphics card should also be easy to replace for future upgrades. The price and release of the KFConsole are still unclear at the moment.
Source: KFC gaming
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