Nvidia’s has just put out a brand new GeForce Now update, which gives the cloud gaming service native support for Apple’s M1 processor, a feature that is expected to greatly improve the gaming experience on Macs. GeForce Now version 2.0.40 provides lower power consumption, faster app startup times, and an “overall elevated GeForce Now experience” to MacBooks, iMacs, and Mac Minis running on Apple’s ARM-based M1 processors.
Also included is a new overlay displaying server-side rendering frame rates and a “genre” row at the bottom of the games menu.
Nvidia brought GeForce now to M1 Mac last year, but ran the x86-64 app through Apple’s Rosetta translation layer, which didn’t make for optimal performance. With native support, one can now finally harness the full performance behind any Apple machine.
(All information was provided by Gizmodo)