This June, KFC jokingly unveiled its game console with a built-in grill. However, yesterday the company showed the already existing KFConsole device – and this is no longer a joke.
After the announcement, KFC fans urged the company to bring this idea to life, turning the ad product into a real console. The head of the department for public relations and work with social networks, Mark Chivers, spoke about this.
We received such warm support from KFC fans after the announcement that we just couldn’t pass up the opportunity to actually create this gaming system. We put together a team, discussed ideas and eventually implemented them.
The team was assembled from Cooler Master’s CMODX modders, whose case has been seriously redesigned. One of the features of the KFConsole is a built-in brazier-shaped heating chamber that can be used to warm up the chicken.
These guys can create a computer from a car, a tank, a shark, a superhero, so the task of creating a PC from a bucket of chicken turned out to be completely doable for them.
Cooler Master Community Manager En En Kao
KFConsole is based on the Intel NUC 9 Extreme Compute Element platform based on Intel Core i9-9980HK, 32 GB of RAM, 1 TB Seagate NVMe SSD, and NVIDIA RTX graphics accelerator. The video card model is not reported.
The release date and cost of the KFConsole gaming system has not yet been announced.