Nvidia Announce GeForce GTX BattleBox Program – 4K Gaming Systems

/ 3 years ago


Nvidia have recently announced their new GTX BattleBox program. As part of the program Nvidia is teaming up with system builders across the world to bring Nvidia powered systems capable of ultra high resolution 4K gaming. In the UK Nvidia has teamed up with Scan, PC Specialist, Chillblast, Cyberpower, Dino PC and ComputerPlanet. In the USA Nvidia has teamed up with Digital Storm, Falcon Northwest, Origin and Maingear. Worldwide they have teamed up with over 30 system integrators.

These elite gaming PCs will bare the “BattleBox” branding and come with an Intel Haswell CPU, 4K Monitor and a dual Nvidia GTX 780 configuration or higher. They are designed to be able to push 4K gaming to the very limits. “Systems will be branded with special “BattleBox” insignia, in addition each system will be kitted out with an exclusive NVIDIA SLI bridge with an illuminated GeForce GTX Claw; this has been asked for by gamers since we revealed its existence alongside the GeForce GTX TITAN” says Nvidia.

More details can be found here (UK) and here (USA).

Image courtesy of Nvidia

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  • Skidmarks

    No doubt they’ll come standard with eye bulging prices.

    • Valeriu Steel Rod Crainic

      ^Fucking this^, going down Alienware’s path is the dumbest thing ever. If their computers cost over $6000, then they’re fucked.

      • Yeh but at least you’re actually getting what you pay for. A 4K system is never gonna be cheap but its still a 4K system! Alienware charge you like $1200 for a “gaming PC” that uses like a GT 640 lol

        • Skidmarks

          True but once 4K gaming matures & becomes mainstream prices will drop & hardware will improve considerably. If I wasn’t in our business I sure as hell wouldn’t be an early adopter.

  • You can have one only for 9,999.99!

    • Valeriu Steel Rod Crainic

      Reminded me of Overclockers UK, top lel on that.