KFC, the famous fried chicken subsidiary of Yum! Brands and runner-up for world’s biggest restaurant chain by sales, is apparently moving ahead with its plan to release the KFConsole, a high-powered gaming computer that also keeps chicken warm. Made to resemble a fried chicken bucket in general outline, the PC features a high-performance gaming setup that supports virtual reality (VR) and 4K TV games, according to IGN and other sources.

Other specs include an Intel Nuc9 Extreme Compute Element, a frame rate of 240 frames per second (fps), and a 1-terabyte SSD from Seagate, Engadget reports. Neither KFC nor the KFConsole’s maker Cooler Master has indicated a price at this point, but the Intel Nuc9 alone costs $3,100.

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The PC is also designed to keep KFC munchies close at hand. The device features a drawer containing a tray where pieces of chicken can be placed to keep them warm while you’re gaming, with Cooler Master stating this “Chicken Chamber” will use the computer’s “natural heat and airflow system,” enabling you to “focus on your gameplay and enjoy hot, crispy chicken between rounds.”