NVIDIA breathes new life in GeForce GTX Battlebox program

Posted on Monday, Sep 28 2015 @ 11:51 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
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NVIDIA is reigniting its GeForce GTX Battlebox, a sort of seal of approval given to high-end gaming PCs that feature "the very best mix of components".

To qualify for the program, system integrators need to make a PC with the latest and fastest components like the Intel Core i7 lineup, a minimum of 16GB RAM, a fast SSD and a GeForce GTX 980 or faster. The goal is to ensure that every Battlebox system is highly capable of running the latest technologies, including 4K, DX12 and VR titles.
Q: In a few words, what is the Nvidia GeForce GTX Battlebox?
A: The Battlebox combines the most powerful GeForce GTX GPUs with the latest high-performance hardware to deliver the very best next-generation gaming experience. It means all your games are going to play beautifully and you’ll be future proof for some time to come!

Q: How is the Battlebox different from a regular high-end, SI-built PC featuring GeForce GTX graphics?
A: We work closely with all of our SIs to ensure that every Battlebox is hand-picked to feature the very best mix of components. It’s not just about making sure the PC is able to play the very best of today’s games, but also ensuring that it will endure for the next wave of 4K, DX12 and VR titles. Many Battleboxes are pre-overclocked and our SIs are true experts at this dark art. The rigs will be rock-solid, while getting you the most from your components.
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