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Thursday, 30 December 2010 10:30

MSI teams up with Bigfoot Networks

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Brings Killer 2100 NIC to Big Bang MBs
MSI has officially announced its partnership with Bigfoot Networks, the same guys behind the Killer 2100 gaming network card and it looks like that in near future we might see the Killer network cards bundled, and even maybe intergrated, with Big Bang series motherboards.

During CES in Las Vegas next week, MSI and Bigfoot networks will be showing benefits of such network card and there might even be an official announcement from MSI regarding the bundle or integration of such a card with its motherboards. The Killer 2100 network card has already been paired up with a graphics card and it was about time someone decided to use a high-quality network card with its motherboards.

Of course, all will be clear next week at CES 2011.

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