NVIDIA has just announced the GeForce GTX Battlebox program. This 4K gaming initiative is launched in collaboration with top system builders in the US. High-end desktop gaming systems are built to play "combat-focused games at super high resolutions" and with "every NVIDIA-exclusive feature enabled."
According to NVIDIA, they have also worked closely with leading game developers of titles that include Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, Batman: Arkham Origins, Call of Duty: Ghosts and Watch Dogs. This is to ensure the game titles operate smoothly at Ultra HD 4K resolutions of 3840 x 2160 pixels. The main reason is each GeForce GTX Battlebox PC system will feature GTX 780 or Titan graphics cards, in two- or three-way SLI configurations. Each system is also powered by a fourth generation Intel Core i5 or i7 processor, with high-speed memory modules and SSDs.
At the same time, an Ultra HD 4K monitor is paired with each high-end gaming system, ensuring a visual treat for the PC gamer. NVIDIA claims image quality is improved by a factor of four. This is seen in the photograph above that depicts two screenshots; the left shot is taken from a 1920 x 1080 screen, and the right is courtesy of a 4K-enabled gaming system. Currently, it appears the only 4K monitor available is the 31.5-inch ASUS PQ321Q. It will be bundled with each GeForce GTX Battlebox gaming system built by the US-based system builders. They include Falcon Northwest, Digital Storm, Maingear and Origin. For more information about this 4K gaming initiative, please head over here.