NVIDIA tease 4K Surround with Origin on Project CARS at CES 2014

Thought 4K was high-end? How about three 65-inch 4K TVs playing Project CARS? 1.5 billion pixels per second being rendered!

| Jan 11, 2014 at 7:32 am CST

CES 2014 - NVIDIA was showing off an amazing Origin Genesis PC that was heavily customized, pumping out Project CARS onto three 65-inch 4K TVs with 4-way GeForce GTX Titans.

Project CARS is one of the best-looking games being developed, with Slightly Mad Studios' coding abilities being shown off at CES 2014. It shows that Project CARS scales unbelievably well, all the way up to 12K (if that's even a thing) - or 4K Surround as NVIDIA would put it. The four GTX Titan's are going to cost you $4000 on their own, so imagine the total cost of this PC and the TVs... yes, it's for the PC master race, that's for sure.

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