KFC Announces 4K-Capable KFConsole With Swappable GPU Slot and Chicken Chamber
KFC is entering the console market with its KFConsole, which features an Intel Nuc 9 inside a custom Cooler Master NC100 chassis.
While KFC didn’t specify the exact GPU model that comes with the console, it said that it will feature an Asus GPU and ray tracing capabilities. The console also claims to support 240FPS with up to 240Hz output on 4K screens. The GPU will be housed in a “first-of-its-kind hot-swappable” GPU slot.
In addition, the KFConsole will have two Seagate BarraCuda 1TB SSDs for storage and, based off the image provided on the website, up to a 9th gen Intel i9 CPU.
Interestingly, the console will also have the “world’s first” built-in chicken chamber. “Utilising the systems natural heat and airflow system you can now focus on your gameplay and enjoy hot, crispy chicken between rounds,” KFC says.
KFC first teased its console and revealed its 2TB storage in June, although it wasn’t clear then if it was only a joke. At the time, it only boasted a 120FPS 4K performance.
The price, launch date, and full specs of the KFConsole remain unknown, but it sure looks like something to keep an eye on.