NVIDIA Relaunches Cloud Gaming

NVIDIA announces their GRID cloud gaming service is now known as GeForce NOW, claiming this is the first to offer 1080p, 60 FPS gaming over the internet. Word is: "GeForce NOW is your game library in the sky. See all the titles we offer from a game series at a glance — like the LEGO collection or the Batman Arkham series — for binge gaming. Use voice search to find your favorite games. Search through games by category. Or quickly browse the latest and most popular games." Here's more:
Next-Gen Quality

GeForce NOW is the first cloud-gaming service to stream at full high-definition 1080p quality and at 60 frames per second. Membership costs just $7.99 a month with the first three months free. GeForce NOW arrives on Oct. 1 in North America, the European Union and Japan with more than 50 popular games included. And it offers members the option to buy and play many more in an instant.

Get the Latest GeForce Gaming Technology with a Single Click

GeForce NOW is all about instant gratification. But it took us a decade to invent the technology behind the service that streams GeForce GTX-quality graphics to SHIELD devices.

GeForce NOW is a service designed, built and operated all by NVIDIA. We’ve optimized every piece of the technology behind GeForce NOW for gaming. That includes the low-latency game controller we built for SHIELD. The Tegra processors we built for our SHIELD devices. The advanced game engine we built into our GeForce GTX-powered servers.

So you’ll enjoy games at their best. You’ll enjoy GameWorks enhancements for special effects. And your experience will get better every year as we build more powerful GPUs and gaming technologies into GeForce NOW.

Think of GeForce NOW as your gaming supercomputer in the cloud. Next-gen gaming is now easy and instant.
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 Rigs
 
Murder She Wrote wrote on Oct 1, 2015, 15:53:
Rigs wrote on Oct 1, 2015, 14:24:
Did I not just say I was an AMD/ATI fanboy? Why am I 'so defensive and hostile about others being balanced and buying products based on their merits'? Oh, 'bruh'? It's so funny how you can sit there in previous posts and bash AMD and then wonder why someone that actually LIKES AMD would come in and defend it. For the same reason you talk shit about it is why I come in here and defend it

Admitting your own bias doesn't make your comments valid, if anything its more the opposite. It's funny you think I was bashing AMD by stating they had made some shitty products in that timespan, its just a fact. Every arch can't be a winner and both companies have made notable stinkers in the past.People shouldn't have to preface every potentially negative comment just because you're a sensitive little girl about graphics cards. I'm not sure why you're so emotionally invested in a random corporation who makes video cards but its apparent you want to argue to the death or something so I'm going to go play Borderlands. And laugh about the thought of you fuming behind your keyboard whenever anyone dares to insult our lord and savior Advanced Micro Devices

Listen, Lansbury, like my 'own bias doesn't make my comments valid', your opinion doesn't make this fact...

they had made some shitty products in that timespan

That's an opinion, not a truth. Do you know the difference? Do you understand the definition of 'fanboy'? Do you not like certain products? I would find it extremely difficult to believe that you don't prefer a certain kind of car, food or electronics. I like AMD...well, actually, I like ATI, which is why I don't really argue about AMD's rather shitty record with cpu's as much as video cards. Am I 'fuming behind my keyboard whenever dares to insult our lord and savior AMD'? Well, first I'm glad that you've decided to take AMD into your heart as your lord and savior, second, you should see a psychologist, because that's not natural or in any way healthy. Third, I'm actually laughing because you're the one having a hard time with this concept, not me. It's like you can't understand why someone would have a vested interest in something that they use every single day. I don't have a fucking prayer alter with an AMD poster hanging in front giving sacrificial RAM sticks to the AMD god. It just pisses me off when uninformed people talk shit about something they don't know about and don't have personal experience with. You don't have an AMD card, so why talk shit? THIS is what I'm getting at...


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