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Nvidia Releases New GeForce GTX Battlebox PCs And Surprisingly Hook Up With AMD's Processor

May 29, 2017 04:57 PM EDT

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(Photo : NVIDIA GeForce / YouTube) Nvidia and AMD just recently joined forces to build the GeForce GTX Battlebox PCs using Nvidia's GPU and AMD's processor.

Nvidia just recently released its powerful GeForce GTX Battlebox PCs that have been drawing some accolades due to its first-class attributes. Many say that the company's latest graphics processing unit (GPU) has lived up to the expectation of the gamers. But surprisingly, the Santa Clara-based company reportedly hooked up with its competitor, AMD, to make the gaming experience to the next level.

Nvidia is a multinational technology company that designs and develops graphics processing units (GPUs) for commercial gaming and even for professional markets. Aside from the GPU, it is also marketing system on a chip (SoC) units for its mobile computing and automotive market. Nvidia's famous GPU product line was named "GeForce" and have gone through thirteen iterations as of last year.

It is no secret that Nvidia is in a great competition with AMD in terms producing high-quality graphic cards. Nvidia's GeForce GTX GPU series and AMD's Radeon RX GPU series are two of the best graphic cards today. But now, both companies have connived and built perhaps the best PC product in the market.

According to PC World, Nvidia successfully released its new generation and powerful GeForce GTX Battlebox PCs but this will be the first time that an AMD processor will be used to power it. Old Battlebox design usually depends on Intel's processor but this time around Nvidia's Battlebox PC will have an AMD processor inside.

For everyone's information, Nvidia revealed that there will be two versions of Battleboxes. First, the Battlebox Ultimate will be powered with Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, an Intel Core i7 or AMD's Ryzen 7 chipset and a 16GB DDR4 RAM. While the other version is the Battlebox Essential that will run by a 6GB GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, an Intel Core i5 or AMD Ryzen 5 processor and an 8GB DDR4 RAM.

TechRadar further clear that the Essential variety is a lower-end variant closing to 60 frames per second in Full HD (1080p) resolution. While Nvidia makes the Ultimate platform belongs to the higher frame rates category that can easily adapt to 4K or virtual reality resolution.

Nvidia also includes an SSD for storage, a Windows 10 operating system and a Nvidia G-Sync monitor for display purposes. Excited gamers could now buy the GeForce GTX Battlebox PCs from Maingear, Digital Storm, Origin and CyberPower PC in the US while UK consumers can get it through Chillblast, PC Specialist, Scan, Dino PC and Utopia Computers.

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