GeForce Now To Support 1440p

Published on 18 Aug 2022

GeForce, Support, 1440p

The GeForce Now game streaming service from Nvidia is getting an upgrade that will allow it to handle a resolution of 1440p at 120 frames per second in a browser such as Chrome or Edge. GeForce Now subscribers who are subscribed to the RTX 3080 tier of the service will be able to enjoy the newly added browser gaming choices starting today by choosing 1440p from the available resolutions on the GeForce Now web client.

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The Previous Models

The previous year, Nvidia initially launched its RTX 3080 GeForce Now membership tier. At the time, it could stream content at up to 1440p resolution with 120 frames per second on personal computers and Apple computers, or 4K HDR resolution with 60 frames per second on Nvidia's Shield TV. Previously, to access 1440p resolution and support for 120 frames per second, you were required to download the specialized Mac or Windows programs. The online version could only be 1080p at 60 frames per second.

The Benefits of The Upgrade

Due to the significant reduction in latency, the addition of support for ray tracing, and the availability of 120 frames per second option, the RTX 3080 tier continues to be one of the finest game streaming services. The extension of these latencies, speed, and resolution enhancements to Chrome and Edge makes GeForce Now much more accessible, especially on older devices, Chromebooks, and even Xbox consoles that can connect to the service via the Edge browser.

The Cost

You may purchase Nvidia's most powerful graphics card, the RTX 3080, for $19.99 per month, or you could sign up for a six-month subscription for $99.99, which brings the cost down to around $16.66 per month. This week, Nvidia is introducing the upgraded online version of GeForce Now and six new features added to the platform. More than 1,300 different titles can now be played via GeForce Now. These include games such as Thymesia, Century: Age of Ashes, Clanfolk, Coromon, Hypercharge: Unboxed, & Phoenix Point.


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