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NVIDIA and partners show off GeForce GTX Battlebox for 4K gaming

Posted on Tuesday, October 01 2013 @ 18:46:28 CEST by

NVIDIA announced it has cooperated with several high-end system builders to create the GeForce GTX Battlebox, a new program that promises to get gamers ready for 4K gaming. Partners include DigitalStorm, Falcon Northwest, Maingear and Origin. Pricing varies based on the components you desire but these systems are obviously ultra-expensive. Full details at NVIDIA.
NVIDIA’s GeForce team has partnered with a hand-picked group of top-tier system builders to design and build the ultimate beast of a gaming machine.

Powered by GeForce GTX 780 or TITAN graphics cards, Battlebox systems give you an unbeatable combination of GPU horsepower, 2-Way NVIDIA® SLI®, and the highest-grade components. It’s everything you need to take on this Holiday’s biggest combat games, including Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag, Batman: Arkham Origins, Call of Duty®: Ghosts, and Watch_Dogs.

GeForce GTX cards also come loaded with an arsenal of game-changing technologies like PhysX®, TXAA™, GPU Boost 2.0, and SLI frame-metering technologies. This gives you the raw speed and performance to take on next-generation technologies like 4K, and experience the fastest, smoothest and most advanced Battlebox gaming possible—now, and in the future.
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