Gamescom 2014 is over for another year, but NVIDIA had some interesting things to play around with at the event. One of these stations was powered by Alienware and its Aurora GeForce GTX TITAN Z PCs, which were running 32-inch 4K-capable screens with Project Cars being displayed.
The video above has Slighty Mad Studios talking about its partnership with NVIDIA, and the future of PC gaming - where the studio has said that "4K wasn't enough" so it decided to play around with 12K gaming, or triple 4K. Triple 4K gaming on NVIDIA is achieved with NVIDIA 4K Surround, which requires some serious GPU horsepower to drive all of those pixels.
Slighty Mad Studios talked about its partnership with NVIDIA, saying: "A long-standing productive relationship with NVIDIA has resulted in a level of support, advice, guidance and technology that has contributed significantly to the quality of our racing games and continues to do so in Project Cars at WMDPortal. NVIDIA's attitude to an independent developer such as Slightly Mad Studios is exemplary and refreshing and we are very grateful for this relationship."
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