A meme has become a reality.
KFConsole features Intel GPU and GeForce RTX graphics
KFC partnered up with Cooler Master, Intel, ASUS, and Seagate to make a new gaming PC enclosed in a bucket-shaped chassis.
The KFConsole features Intel NUC 9 Extreme compute element paired with an ASUS graphics card. According to CoolerMaster who are promoting the new console, the GPU will be capable of 4K gaming and will support up to 240 Hz displays. More importantly, this console will support raytracing, which implies that the graphics card is based on NVIDIA Turing architecture (we know this since the GPU pictured has a DVI port and that is no longer available on Ampere cards).
The console is also equipped with Seagate’s 1TB NVMe SSD. KFC claims that this console ‘runs better than any other console’. The company has not specified if this product will ever go on sale, and if it does, how much would it cost. It is a great marketing campaign, that’s for sure.
The console features an exclusive chicken chamber which apparently will warm up the food while gaming.
KFConsole inside and Chicken Chamber
Get on your feet and enjoy the world of Virtual Reality while the smell of fresh chicken captures your senses.
Rays of light individually simulated creating true to life shadows and reflections that will immerse you in selected games more than ever before.
240fps with 240Hz
240FPS WITH UP TO 240HZ OUTPUT
Enjoy smooth and fluid high-frame-rate gameplay at up to 240fps for ALL games, with support for 240Hz output on 4k displays
4K TV Gaming
Enjoy your favourite games in Finger Clickin’ Good 4K quality on supported devices.
The console wars are 𝒐𝒗𝒆𝒓.
— KFC Gaming (@kfcgaming) December 22, 2020