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 Nvidia GeForce Now brings cloud gaming to 4K, but for which platforms?

by Joseph Richard
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Nvidia is not a small name in the computer industry, and the manufacturer is well known for its high-performing graphics cards and providing the greatest cloud gaming services. GeForce now supports 4K streaming on PC and Mac. Soon more devices will be able to stream at 120 Hz.

Players can also play high-definition games straight from their Steam, Epic, or Ubisoft libraries without having to return to the checkout. The most impressive feature that makes Nvidia GeForce stand out from the competition is its minimal latency and very good visual quality during streaming.

As mentioned above, NVDIA had announced that 4K at 60 frames per second is now available on both PC and Mac. However, not all people can take advantage of this great novelty as one needs to be a subscriber to the GeForce Now RTX 3080 level first.

The brand also claims that its service achieves the streaming on 4K by utilizing the well-known DLSS directly in the cloud. This is all the more intriguing on macOS since Macs aren’t recognized for being great gaming devices out of the box. Nvidia also upgraded its GeForce Now service on April 28 to make it more suitable for MacBook, iMac, and Mac mini models using the Apple M1 CPU.

This package level may also go up to 120 frames per second, which is extremely useful on mobile. On the Galaxy S22 series, foldable smartphones from Samsung,and the OnePlus 9 Pro, Nvidia now provides a 120 Hz option for GeForce Now.

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