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GeForce Now on Browsers Upgrade

We know that to enjoy 1440p Or 2k quality at 120fps functionality, we had to download the specific Mac or Windows software, as the web version was limited to 1080p at 60fps. But Last year, NVidia released its RTX 3080 GeForce Now, which offered streams up to 2k resolution quality with 120frame rates on PCs and Macs. it also supports 4K HDR at 60 frame rates per second, which is not doubt a tremendous upgrade.


NVidia is expanding its GeForce Now game streaming service to accommodate 1440p resolution at 120fps (frames per second) in Chrome and Edge browsers. Members with the GeForce Now RTX 3080 tier will be able to use the latest browser gameplay options today by selecting 1440p resolutions on the GeForce Now online version.

Another upgrade by Nvidia is a significant improvement in latency, and compatibility for the ray tracing option, the RTX 3080 tier remains one of the best game streaming services available today. By bringing these latency, performance, and resolution developments to Edge and Chrome, GeForce Now becomes much more accessible, especially on older devices, like Chromebooks, and even Xbox consoles that can access these services through the internet browsers. 

Lets talk about subscriptions.

The membership of NVidia’s highest RTX 3080 tier is $19.99 per month or $99.99 for a six-month (equivalent to roughly $16.5 per month).  NVidia is also releasing an improved web version along with six new GeForce Now features. These features will be announced very soon by NVidia.

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