You’re going to want a 4K
monitor for this: NVIDIA
is shouldering its way further into the gaming PC market with its Battlebox program in which it partners with boutique system builders to develop scorchingly powerful gaming systems.
The Battlebox systems are built to play all the newest blockbuster games at high resolutions and with all the settings jacked to the proverbial 11. NVIDIA’s graphics cards will be front and center, of course, and all the systems will feature GeForce
GTX 780 or Titan
cards 2- or 3-way SLI configurations.
NVIDIA’s numerous graphics technologies are there, including PhysX, DX11 tessellation, HBAO+ ambient occlusion, TXAA anti-aliasing, Bokeh, depth of field, and more.
At present, Digital Storm
, Falcon Northwest, Maingear
, and Origin PC
are the four builders participating at present, and you can see that the specs list for their respective systems is impressive. They’re running Intel Core i7-4960X, 4930K, or 4770K processors in addition to the killer GPU setups, as well as 16GB-32GB of system memory, powerful SSDs, liquid cooling, and more goodies.
A Battlebox: Digital Storm Aventum II
But you better bring a big sack of money; Maingear has a Battlebox option starting at $2,299
, but at least one Digital Storm configuration
starts at $10,913.