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s see­ing is be­liev­ing, NVIDIA demon­strated the ca­pa­bil­i­ties of the newly-launched GeForce GTX 980 Ti, and a slew of G-SYNC gam­ing note­books at the GeForce VR Ex­pe­ri­ence zone in Grand Hy­att Taipei. Themed ‘Play the Fu­ture’, the event hall en­com­passed many demo sta­tions and VR booths, in­clud­ing a liv­ing room setup to best demon­strate the re­cently-re­leased SHIELD An­droid TV. Prior to Day 1 of COM­PU­TEX 2015, NVIDIA CEO JenH­sun Huang hosted a round­table ses­sion to pro­vide a walk­through of the An­droid-pow­ered 4K set-top box, as well as the Drive PX plat­form, among oth­ers. In­ter­est­ingly, both are based on the pow­er­ful Te­gra X1 SoC, pow­er­ing games and 4K video con­tent on the for­mer, while com­bined with a sec­ond Te­gra X1 on the lat­ter to re­al­ize the au­ton­o­mous car.

A 4K gam­ing sys­tem to demon­strate the latest Maxwell-based flag­ship graph­ics card from NVIDIA, the GeForce GTX 980 Ti.

Pow­ered by dual Te­gra X1 SoCs, the Drive PX plat­form is fur­ther equipped with 10GB DRAM, over 2.3 Ter­aFLOPS of pro­cess­ing power and 1.3 gi­gapix­els/sec­ond through­put, ca­pa­ble of han­dling 12 two-megapixel cam­eras at up to 60 fps each for auto-pi­loted driv­ing and park­ing.

The SHIELD An­droid TV comes com­plete with the SHIELD Con­troller for nav­i­ga­tion, gam­ing, and voice search. The ver­ti­cal stand and ded­i­cated re­mote are sold sep­a­rately.

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