NVIDIA's new 'GeForce Now RTX 3080' streams games at 1440p and 120 fps | Engadget

NVIDIA has unveiled its next-generation cloud gaming platform called GeForce Now RTX 3080 with "desktop-class latency" and 1440p gaming at up to 120 fps on PC or Mac. But the RTX 3080 tier is $100 for six months (around double the price) "in limited quantities," with Founders and priority early access starting today. NVIDIA's claims aside, it's clearly a speed upgrade over the current GeForce Priority tier, whether you're on a mobile device or PC. The GeForce Now premium tier started at $50 per year and recently doubled to $100, which is already a pretty big ask. It'll also support 120 fps on mobile, "supporting next-gen 120Hz displays," the company said. However, that's based on a 15 millisecond round trip delay (RTD) to the GeForce Now data center, something that obviously depends on your internet provider and where you're located. There's a price to pay for that speed, though.
NVIDIA has unveiled its next-generation cloud gaming platform called GeForce Now RTX 3080 with "desktop-class latency" and 1440p gaming at up to 120 fps on PC or Mac. The service is powered by a new … [+1739 chars]