KFConsole facts for kids
|Type||Home video game console|
|CPU||Intel Nuc 9 Extreme Compute Element|
|Storage||2 Seagate Barracuda 1TB SSDs|
|Graphics||Unspecified Asus GPU, 4K, 240Hz output|
The KFConsole ( KAY-ef-KON-ssəl) is a home video game console developed by KFC Gaming and Cooler Master. It was thought to be fake when it was first announced in June 2020 until it was shown on December 22, 2020.
The console's shape is a black cylinder that looks like a KFC Bargain Bucket. There is a backlit red power button on the front below the Chicken Chamber, which has the red KFConsole logo on it. The Chicken Chamber slides open, and can store food, heating it using heat and air from the console.
The KFConsole uses a Intel NUC 9 Extreme Compute Element. Nvidia ray tracing, 4K resolution, 240Hz (240 frames per second) output and virtual reality can be used. The graphics hardware is made by Asus, and is the only hardware with a a GPU slot that allows the GPU to be changed while the console is on. KFC says this will make the console "the most powerful console for generations to come."
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