Thursday, 7 October 2010

Upcoming: Killer 2100 & Razer Lycosa review

Over the next week or so, I shall be receiving a Killer 2100 pro gaming network card to review - the card designed to decrease your ping and latency whilst increasing your frames per second which makes for a better all round gaming experience, courtesy of Bigfoot Networks. I will be reviewing that over a couple days after I receive it, so keep your eyes peeled for that.


 Over the weekend I shall be reviewing my Razer Lycosa gaming keyboard, to give you a good idea of whether its worth the money and the board to buy for gamers.


I am always looking to expand my review catalog, so watch out for all my future reviews! 


41 comments:

  1. A pro-gaming network card? Optimization has gotten that intense these days?

    I apologize, I've always been more of a console gamer. Lol. Looking forward to your review, I'm curious as to how well it works compared to what one would expect out of a normal network interface.

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  2. Yeah I'm looking forward to seeing the difference too, and apparently so - we'll have to wait and see whether the difference is trivial or worth the money =)

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  3. Why would you want to increase ping lol?

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  4. how could that card increase your fps??? i will wait to read the veredict

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  5. I want to start reviewing items. Are there any tips you could give me on getting the items?

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  6. Cant wait for the reviews! I need a gaming keyboard soon

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  7. How much would that network card costs????

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  8. the card seems abit useless imo

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  9. razer lycosa is sure a great keyboard :)

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  10. Imo the new starcraft themed razer stuff is ugly as sin :/

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  11. going to buy a new computer soon, following this blog for tech tips :)

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  12. I hear these bigfoot nic's are just a little faster then Intel's pro10/100/1000 workstation nic.

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  13. The card is around £50 to £60. And thanks Jehabbi, fixed =D

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  14. Sp what exactly makes it reduce your lag. ping and especially, increase your fps? I think you got trolled.

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  15. Razer rocks! that is a sick looking keyboard! I'm wondering about the ergonomics...

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  16. I like razor products. They have the best gaming equipment that I know. And that keyboard is pretty sweet.

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  17. i have that keyboard! it's so nice

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  18. I've been meaning to grab a Razer keyboard ot compliment my Razer mouse. It's definitely on the top of my list after acquire money haha.

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  19. I'm such a fanboy of Razer since I won the Carcharias in a raffle. Looking forward to the keyboard review. That's the last piece of gear I need.

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  20. Not sure how to feel about that card...

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  21. When it comes to your post, GTL can also stand for "Great Thoughts at Length"... keep it up!

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  22. great post man :) keep up the good work

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  23. dont used a network card for about 10 years

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  24. cant wait to hear about the keyboard

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  25. I actually just bought that keyboard lulz. They are so awesome for gaming :D

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  26. Never heard of the killer 2100, that sounds good, I hope it works!

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  27. I could totally use a new keyboard.. and a new headset.
    Heck, I could even use a new mouse!

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  28. Bandwidth will always be the lagging factor over networks...a gaming card I don't think will do much :P

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  29. I'm sorry, but I can see no way in which this is justified. Fool, money, etc.

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  30. Review swag? Now aren't you getting all started and stuff.

    Good on ya.

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