Nvidia introduced a new type of GeForce NOW membership that will allow users to take advantage of the GeForce NOW SuperPod gaming supercomputer. This new plan will use Nvidia’s GeForce NOW SuperPod computer to enable members to stream games at up to 1440p resolution and 120fps on both PCs and Macs. Meanwhile, Nvidia SHIELD TV users will also be able to stream at 4K HDR with ultra-low latency on all devices.
The latest membership option for GeForce NOW is available for pre-order exclusively for Founders and Nvidia Priority members in North America and Western Europe. A six-month membership will cost users about $100, but Founders will receive 10% off the subscription price. Pre-orders will start converting to active memberships in November in North America and December in Western Europe.
With this new membership plan, GeForce NOW RTX 3080 will now be capable of delivering a 70x increase in performance for the average laptop using Steam, 13x for a MacBook Air with an M1 chip, and 7x performance of a desktop using Steam, according to Nvidia.
Members of the GeForce NOW RTX 3080 option will have exclusive access to new servers, streaming at 1440p at 120fps on PC, 1600p at 120fps on most MacBooks, 1440p at 120fps on most iMacs, 4K HDR at 60fps on Nvidia SHIELD TV, and up to 120fps on certain Android devices.
(All information was provided by Dot Esports)
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