NVIDIA is planning to make 4K gaming more accessible to Windows 10 users, with the GeForce GTX 1090Ti “Mesa” graphics card.
The card will support a variety of 4K resolutions, including the “Ultra HD” resolution of 1920 x 1080, and it will also support HDR content, according to the GeForce 1090Tech blog.
The “MESA” card supports “up to four 4K displays in 4K mode, and support for the latest displays and frame rates,” according to NVIDIA.
That’s more than enough to run games on the latest Windows 10 hardware.
There are a lot of reasons why 4K games are popular, and this will certainly help that, but Nvidia’s announcement is also notable for it’s inclusion of Nvidia’s “Xenon” graphics chipsets, which are built for the “high-end” gaming market.
The new cards will be priced similarly to GeForce 1060s, though they’ll be less powerful, and will also have an overclocking option for the higher-end graphics cards.
The GeForce 1030 and 1040 will be available starting today, and Nvidia says the “Xeno” cards will hit stores “in the second half of this year.”