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The RTX 4080 is on GeForce NOW

Anderson Brito

ByAnderson Brito

Feb 11, 2023

NVIDIA Ada Lovelace has brought us GeForce NOW RTX 4080 SuperPODs, providing more than 64 teraflops of graphical power to individual users. That’s more than 5 times what an Xbox Series X offers and almost 1.75 times more than the previous generation SuperPODs.

GeForce NOW Ultimate takes cloud gaming to the next level, providing almost the same experience as local gaming. With RTX 4080, Ultimate members will be the first to play PC in the cloud at up to 240 frames per second, with ray tracing and DLSS 3, in awesome games like Portal With RTX. And with NVIDIA Reflex, GeForce NOW has click to pixel latency of 40 milliseconds – a big step for cloud gaming. “We’re delivering an RTX 4080 experience to more devices and gamers than ever with GeForce NOW Ultimate members,” said NVIDIA’s senior vice president of GeForce Jeff Fisher.

Current RTX 3080 members will be automatically upgraded to Ultimate members and will be the first to experience RTX 4080 power in the cloud when servers launch later this month. The new RTX technologies on GeForce NOW launch us into the next level.

NVIDIA Reflex 240-fps brings frame-pacing to the cloud, optimizing game execution, rendering and encoding on the server. When combined with an NVIDIA G-SYNC┬« monitor, GeForce NOW will vary the streaming rate to the client, offering smooth and instant frame updates – further reducing total latency.

RTX 40 also brings full ray tracing and DLSS 3 – being the first to offer cinematic quality graphics and using AI for smooth frame rates. GeForce NOW Ultimate will have three major streaming upgrades: rendering and streaming up to 240 FPS, 4K gaming at 120 FPS and support for ultrawide monitors at resolutions up to 3,840 x 1,600. Ultimate members will have longer streaming sessions, faster access to high performance cloud gaming servers and game settings that persist from session to session.

GeForce NOW has just crossed over 1,500 games! We’re talking big releases from Electronic Arts and Ubisoft, indie titles like Valheim and Rust, and over 100 of the greatest free-to-play games, like Fortnite and Genshin Impact. With new games released every Thursday and new features, like Ubisoft Account Sync, you’ll never run out of something to play. Plus, you’ll be able to access the biggest PC game launches, like Portal With RTX, Atomic Heart, The Day Before, and Party Animals.

For those wanting to maximize the experience, GeForce NOW’s Ultimate Membership is available for $19.99 per month or $99.99 for six months. New AT&T Fiber customers and new or existing AT&T 5G customers on an eligible 5G rate plan can get a free six-month Ultimate Membership. And for those wanting to opt for something more basic, Priority Memberships are also available starting at $9.99 per month or $49.99 for six months.

Titles from major publishers, popular indie games, over 100 of the biggest free-to-play games, plus some of the biggest PC game releases! All this with new features and account synchronization from Ubisoft so you can play your games instantly. And don’t forget the ultimate and priority memberships so you can get the most out of your experience! So what do you think? Let’s do it?

Anderson Brito

By Anderson Brito

Software Engineer with Master's Degree who has been working in the IT field for almost three decades. Enthusiast of hardware and concepts related to AI, Internet of Things and Software Architecture.