In addition to announcing the GeForce RTX 4070 Ti desktop and GeForce RTX 40 series mobile graphics cards, NVIDIA also announced that it has updated its GeForce NOW gaming streaming service with SuperPOD server systems based on the latest GeForce RTX 4080 graphics cards.
The updated systems deliver 64 TFLOPs of graphics performance, 1.75x the GeForce RTX 3080-based systems. NVIDIA also compared the new SuperPOD cloud systems to Microsoft’s Xbox Series X-based rigs, noting a five-fold improvement their decisions.
NVIDIA says the updated SuperPOD systems used by GeForce NOW are capable of processing and streaming games at up to 240 frames per second. They also work well with G-Sync-enabled monitors and are the first to feature Reflex technology to reduce latency from the source to the user’s monitor. At 4K resolution, games can be streamed at 120 FPS, which is two more than before. In addition, the GeForce NOW service received support for ultra-wide monitors with resolutions up to 3840 × 1600 pixels.
The company also announced a new GeForce NOW Ultimate plan, which replaces the older plan with the GeForce RTX 3080 as the gaming platform. The cost of the new flagship tariff will be $20 per month. For that price, the user will have access to a GeForce RTX 4080-based cloud gaming system. The company is also offering a 6-month GeForce NOW Ultimate subscription for $100 ($20 off). The company plans to introduce the use of the GeForce RTX 4080 on GeForce NOW servers in the US and Europe before the end of this month.
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