As if to further reinforce just how far ahead of the technical curve their latest Titan X GPU is, Nvidia's chief executive Jen-Hsun Huang showed a demo of the graphics chip effortlessly rendering 15 million plants in a singular scene.
Somewhat predictably, it looks absolutely incredible.
Powered by Unreal Engine 4 from Epic Games the demo showcased a boy pursuing a kite through a 100 square mile valley, filled with the aforementioned 15 million plants.
Obviously excited about all that pixel-loveliness, Huang was keen to impress upon folks that this is the direction he sees graphics processing going in, stating “This helps you understand where computer graphics is going, and where we are going. It takes your breath away. I am amazed by it.”
First shown at the San Francisco Games Developers Conference earlier in the month, the Titan X boasts 8 billion transistors, 3072 CUDA cores, can process 7 teraflops and comes with a stonking 12GB of memory.
Oh and it also costs $1000 (£680-ish), too.
While you're digesting all that, you might want to give your eyes something to do by pointing them in the direction of the demo footage below.