Nvidia’s GeForce Now offers high-performance gaming through the cloud, and now includes RTX 4080 “SuperPODs” as an option for consumers. However, it’s only available to Ultimate members, so you’ll have to pay if you want a top-of-the-line experience.
As mentioned in a News for the newspaper, the 4080 SuperPOD will offer 64 teraflops of performance, five times more than the Xbox Series X. Ultimate members can enjoy streaming performance of up to 240 frames per second with key features like DLSS 3 and ray tracing. The release also states that the service now has a latency of less than 40 milliseconds, which is quite fast indeed.
Ultimate members will get several other upgrades, including 4K support from 60fps to 120fps. Ultrawide monitors will also see their first support from GeForce Now, supporting resolutions like 3840×1600. The service recently reached a new high of supporting over 1500 games.
Existing GeForce Now Ultimate members’ 3080 accounts will be converted to 4080, with availability beginning in January across North America and Europe. Membership costs $19.99 per month, or $99.99 for six months. In other news, the RTX 4070 Ti launched this week and will retail for $799, making it significantly cheaper than the 4080 and 4090.
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