• GeForce Now Gets 1440p, 120 FPS Game Support for Chrome and Edge

    1 month ago - By Tom's Hardware

    Nvidia updates its Chrome and Edge browser implementation of GeForce Now to support 1440p and 120 fps gameplay for members of the RTX 3080 plan.
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  • Nvidia GeForce Now boosts in-browser streaming to 1440p 120fps

    Nvidia GeForce Now boosts in-browser streaming to 1440p 120fps

    1 month ago - By Pocket-lint

    Nvidia's GeForce Now cloud gaming platform now offers up to 1440p 120fps play through a Chrome or Edge browser running on a PC. That means, depending on your subscription tier, you can get a top level PC gaming rig experience using almost any computer - regardless of its own specifications. You will need to be a member of Nvidia 's highest streaming tier - RTX 3080 - but all you have to do to get it to work is access the settings menu when on play.geforcenow.com (in the three "burger" bars on the left-hand side) and select your desired resolution and frame rate through the customs options...
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  • Nvidia GeForce Now Update Brings 1440p at 120fps to Chrome, Edge - CNET

    Nvidia GeForce Now Update Brings 1440p at 120fps to Chrome, Edge - CNET

    1 month ago - By CNET

    Up your game on a low-end laptop.
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  • GeForce Now on Chrome is getting a big upgrade to 1440p and 120fps

    GeForce Now on Chrome is getting a big upgrade to 1440p and 120fps

    1 month ago - By The Verge

    GeForce Now runs even better on the web now. | Image: Nvidia
    Nvidia is upgrading its GeForce Now game streaming service to support 1440p resolution at 120fps in a Chrome or Edge browser. GeForce Now members on the RTX 3080 tier of the service will be able to access the new browser gameplay options today by selecting 1440p on the GeForce Now web version .
    Nvidia originally launched its RTX 3080 GeForce Now membership tier last year, offering streams of up to 1440p resolution with 120fps on PCs and Macs or 4K HDR at 60fps on Nvidia's Shield TV. Previously, you had to download the dedicated...
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  • GeForce Now boosts Chrome streaming to 120fps and 1440p

    1 month ago - By Engadget

    NVIDIA is adding a new perk to GeForce Now's most expensive tier. Starting today, you can stream games at 1440p and 120 frames per second through a browser. At the moment, the new performance setting is available exclusively through GeForce Now's $20 per month RTX 3080 membership and only Google Chrome on PC. The more affordable $10 per month Priority tier will continue to max out at 1080p and 60fps for the time being. Naturally, you'll need a compatible display to get the most out of any game you decide to stream at 1440p and 120fps, making the utility of higher-performance browser...
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