Nvidia GeForce Now update brings 1440p at 120fps to chrome and edge. That being said, it is time that you up your game on a low-end laptop.
Nvidia GeForce Now Update Brings 1440p at 120fps to Chrome and Edge
The latest update of Nvidia to its GeForce Now cloud gaming platform and service makes it easier for Chromebook owners to ramp up their plays while ramping up their workload as they head back to school. The company at the moment is expanding its support for 1440p at 120fps in both chrome and edge browsers.
Potential Reasons You May Not Get That Level of Performance with Your Low-Level Chromebook
There are lots and lots of potential issues that may prevent and stop you from getting that very level of performance. Additionally to paying more for the necessary RTX 3080 subscription which will cost you at least $16.67 monthly, you will need to be able to meet up with the network requirements for bandwidth and latency constantly in order to achieve higher resolution and frame rates.
The first can actually be uncertain on a congested, IT-managed college network, even though you are lucky enough to have unrestricted access to sites such as play.geforcenow.com.
In the event that you are running on low-end components of Chromebook that are found in popular budget models that may not just be able to handle top-level performance, either, and it’s more likely that you also have a 1080p screen type, you also can configure the settings for a faster frame rate at slightly lower resolutions, you also can still get it on an iPad or an iPhone since iPadOS and iOS can only run GeForce Now through Safari, although it has been available on the windows and macOS platforms through the app for a while now.
Other Additions to the GeForce Now Platform
Nvidia along with the 1440p/120fps news announced its weekly additions to its impressive roster of GeForce Now supported games, and they are;
- Thymesia (Steam)
- Century: Age of Ashes (Steam)
- Clanfolk (Steam)
- Coromon (Steam)
- Hypercharge: Unboxed (Steam)
- Phoenix Point (Epic Games Store)