NVIDIA announced the availability of their GeForce NOW service for PC at CES 2018 as a free closed beta. This service enables anyone with a Windows-based or Mac-based desktop or laptop to play high-end PC games using NVIDIA’s data centers. By signing up for the closed beta service, users will be able to play their purchased video game titles from their Steam and Uplay accounts at a maximum resolution of 1080p and frame rate of up to 120 fps. Essentially, this service gives its users real-time compute resources through NVIDIA’s virtual machines to deliver high performance graphics for games. The service was launched for Mac users last year and now PC users can also try it out too. GeForce Now is only available to the North American and European regions and interested users are being given access through a waitlist.
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