Redwood City, CA (PRWEB) March 10, 2010
Bigfoot Networks will showcase its Killer™ Xeno™ Pro gaming network card and reveal surprising new online game performance benchmarks at the Game Developers Conference, March 11-13 at the Moscone Center, South Hall #2034 in San Francisco, CA.
Bigfoot Networks will demonstrate how networking affects common PC benchmarks used to gauge performance in online gaming PCs. It will show how simply connecting a PC equipped with a standard NIC to an idle network uses system resources and reduces online game performance. Meanwhile, an identical machine with a Killer Xeno Pro posts a significantly higher 3DMark score thanks to the Killer Xeno Pro's ability to offload LAN overhead and bypass the Windows networking stack. The difference underscores the Killer Xeno Pro's ability to maximize performance in online gaming PCs and deliver smoother, more responsive online gameplay.
Bigfoot Networks will also exhibit side-by-side videos showing the effect of client-side lag on PCs running popular online games, one with a standard NIC and the other with a Killer Xeno Pro. Representatives will be available to demo the recently launched Bigfoot Networks Dashboard, the first all-in-one monitoring tool for online gaming.
Bigfoot Networks is a leading developer of networking hardware and software solutions that significantly improve the online gaming experience by delivering smoother, more responsive gameplay. To learn more, visit Bigfoot Networks at http://www.bigfootnetworks.com.
March 11 - 12
10:00 am to 6:00 pm
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Game Developers Conference
South Hall #2034
San Francisco, California
Spokesperson: Sean McCann, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Bigfoot Networks
Media Inquiries: Emelyne Interior, LEWIS PR, 415-992-4400
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