Tuesday, October 1st 2013

NVIDIA Debuts GeForce GTX Battlebox Program for 4K Gaming

Teaming up with multiple system builders, NVIDIA has today launched GeForce GTX Battlebox, a program which is claimed to deliver a 'new breed of gaming machine', one capable of playing this year's hottest PC titles at 'super high resolutions, at high settings and with every NVIDIA-exclusive feature enabled'.

Offered by the likes of MAINGEAR, Origin, Digital Storm, CyberPowerPC, Scan Computers and others, a system bearing the GeForce GTX Battlebox seal of approval will feature overclocked Intel Haswell Core i5/i7 CPUs, advanced cooling systems, high quantities of fast RAM, speedy SSDs, and two or three GeForce GTX 780 cards in SLI. To complete the package, the system builders will also offer 4K monitors (like the 31.5-inch ASUS PQ321Q) at the point of sale.

For more information about GeForce GTX Battlebox see this page.
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21 Comments on NVIDIA Debuts GeForce GTX Battlebox Program for 4K Gaming

#1
RCoon
Forum Gypsy
Overpriced prebuilds, that just so happen to be overclocked by Malcom the Tanker Captain in the back office. Dat PR.
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#2
SIGSEGV
one word : EPIC :laugh:
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#3
LAN_deRf_HA
So how many of these bundles do they expect to sell? 10-15?
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#4
RejZoR
It's not hard to build such systems. You just go to a shop and say to them: "Give me all the most expensive components." There you go.
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#5
Slomo4shO
I am confused... What exactly does this program provide that is novel?
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#6
Fourstaff
by: Slomo4shO
I am confused... What exactly does this program provide that is novel?
You tell your boss "Can I has a Battlebox? It will improve my productivity 9001x". Boss calls tech, tech Googles and (hopefully) buys you one.
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#7
tigger
I'm the only one
by: Slomo4shO
I am confused... What exactly does this program provide that is novel?
A battlebox sticker on your pc.:pimp:
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#8
Octavean
by: RCoon
Overpriced prebuilds, that just so happen to be overclocked by Malcom the Tanker Captain in the back office. Dat PR.
Well,.......

Two or three GeForce GTX 780 cards in SLI and 4K monitors (such as the 31.5-inch ASUS PQ321Q) won't come cheap no matter what,....

I didn't see any pricing listed either way though so no telling what the markup is,....
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#10
m1dg3t
by: Slomo4shO
I am confused... What exactly does this program provide that is novel?
It increases your EpEEN, DUH!! Why pay $2k for a PC when we can charge you $8k? :rolleyes::rolleyes:

by: HalfAHertz
Does the 4k stand for the price?
No, just the cost multiplier :laugh:
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#11
Solidstate89
by: HalfAHertz
Does the 4k stand for the price?
No, that's just the cost of the 4K monitor.
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#12
night.fox
by: m1dg3t
No, just the cost multiplier :laugh:
:laugh::laugh::roll::roll::roll::laugh::laugh:
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#13
Renald
3 cards permanently at 80°C.... Move to Siberia or die of overheating.
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#14
Tonduluboy
People with load of money will always buy this, especially rich kids.
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#15
night.fox
by: Tonduluboy
People with load of money will always buy this, especially rich kids.
couldnt agree more
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#16
Fx
by: rcoon
overpriced prebuilds, that just so happen to be overclocked by malcom the tanker captain in the back office. Dat pr.
lmao
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#18
Shinshin
by: SIGSEGV
one word : EPIC :laugh:
Two words: EPIC FAIL :laugh:
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#19
Eagleye
by: tigger
A battlebox sticker on your pc.:pimp:
by: Shinshin
Two words: EPIC FAIL :laugh:
Recession - What recession :confused:
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#20
LLKOOLJO
by: HalfAHertz
Does the 4k stand for the price?
More than likely
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#21
NeoXF
AKA nVidia's "Pay-offs to system builders to ignore AMD products program"

Coming to a computer store near you!
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