The company has released a video demonstrating the capabilities of its new GPU, codenamed GK110, and its ability to output 4K and HDR content.
The video shows Nvidia’s GPU outputting 4K (24p) and HDR (40p) resolutions on a standard laptop display, with the latter enabling 4K streaming and HDR output from the notebook’s built-in webcam.
The company says that its new GK 110 GPU will work with the latest AMD Radeon graphics cards, including the company’s upcoming Radeon RX 580, RX Vega 56, and RX Vega 64 GPUs, and it will support up to 4K at 30 frames per second.
While it is still unclear how much faster Nvidia’s GK-110 will be than AMD’s current-gen graphics cards when running games at 4K resolutions, Nvidia says it has “developed a number of new technologies and techniques to support the increased performance”.
It is unclear when or how Nvidia will offer its GK series GPUs, although it is believed that Nvidia will begin to roll out these new cards with Nvidia Pascal GPUs in the near future.
The GPU was first announced last year, with AMD announcing its new “Next Generation” APU for notebooks in March.
It was followed by AMD’s launch of its Polaris architecture for high-end desktop and notebook processors in May.