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NVIDIA GeForce Now gaining RTX 4080 support and coming to cars

What you need to know

  • NVIDIA GeForce Now is a cloud gaming service powered by NVIDIA’s high-end RTX GPUs.
  • During CES 2023, NVIDIA announced that GeForce Now’s Ultimate tier will be moving to the RTX 4080 platform.
  • This means support for up to 240 FPS while streaming games, with DLSS 3 and full RTX ray-traced visuals.
  • NVIDIA is also working with car manufacturers like Hyundai and Polestar to bring GeForce Now to cars.

Cloud gaming is an excellent way to game wherever you are, and NVIDIA’s GeForce Now is one of the most impressive services currently available. Powered by NVIDIA’s industry-leading RTX GPUs, GeForce Now lets users stream well over a thousand different games, and it’s about to get a major performance upgrade and become available in new places.

Announced by NVIDIA during CES 2023, GeForce Now is making the jump to the immensely capable NVIDIA RTX 4080 GPU, allowing players subscribed to the service’s most premium “Ultimate” tier to take advantage of the latest NVIDIA technologies. With the 4080 in tow, players will be able to stream games at the highest settings, up to a staggering 240 FPS, with DLSS 3 and full-fledged RTX ray-tracing on board.


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