NVIDIA adds 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. For now, the new performance setting is available exclusively through GeForce Now’s $20-per-month RTX 3080 membership and only through Google Chrome on PC. The cheaper priority tier of $10 per month will continue to be maxed out at 1080p and 60fps for now.
Of course, you’ll need a compatible display to get the most out of any game you want to stream at 1440p and 120fps, which somewhat limits the usefulness of higher-performing browser streaming. If you’ve already used Geforce Now to stream games at 1440p and 120 fps, there’s a good chance you did so at home through the GeForce Now app. Other benefits of the 3080 tier include priority access to NVIDIA’s best servers, support for ray tracing, and the ability to play games for up to eight hours in a single session. The 3080 level also allows you to play games up to 4K at 60 fps and 120 fps on compatible Android phones.
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