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Ping Reducer?


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Snippy

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Hello I was just reading through my new PC gamer magazine
and saw this ad for a chip that reduces ping?Is it possible?
Heres the link to the site.


http://killernic.com/KillerNic/
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Blade*

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I have never heard of anything like that.

Edited by Blade*, 03 November 2006 - 05:30 PM.

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Snippy

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Hmmmm
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I have. It essentially does a lot of network processing and caching on the card, instead of using CPU clock and cache or RAM to do it. No where near worth the money, unless you've got a 6 figure endorsement deal playing Quake.
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there is a decent review on it at http://anandtech.com...doc.aspx?i=2865

agree not worth the money.
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