NVIDIA GeForce Now offers access to its virtual game computers at an affordable price. The service is available with a few plans, but they all offer a high performance capable of running all the AAA games. The standard performance isn’t enough for everyone, so NVIDIA also brings maxed-out performance options with extra prices. Another one is just headed; NVIDIA GeForce Now cloud service started using RTX 4080 graphics card on the Ultimate plan. RTX 4080 is NVIDIA’s second most powerful graphics card and is a member of the latest generation. The card is priced at an average of $799, but thanks to cloud gaming, you can give it a try with only paying a few bucks monthly.
NVIDIA Brings RTX 4080 To GeForce Now Cloud Service
The standard plan performance levels will probably meet all your expectations. But if you’re playing with high standards, like AAA games with maxed-out graphics and 4K screens, you’ll need a maxed-out GPU. RTX 4080 is known for its massive performance; you can check out all the benchmarks made on it; the cloud service will give the same performance. The card is normally priced at $799; this might be bumped to $1000~; this all depends on the brand you buy. Otherwise, this card needs to work with another thousand-dollar gaming setup. The other components are expensive as well. That’s why GeForce Now membership might be sensible for you.
That’s not the only improvement made. The service also started streaming with less than a 40ms delay with good internet conditions on the client side. This is a very solid latency for story-based games and is also acceptable for online games. If we consider that there are millions of players playing CS: GO with 50-60ms ping, 40ms isn’t bad.
The Ultimate plan costs 19.99 dollars monthly or 99.99 dollars for six months. Cloud streaming might save money if your internet connection is good enough.