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Nvidia will soon let you stream graphics-intensive games to your crappy desktop

04/01/2017

At this year’s CES, Nvidia took to the stage to announce the revamp of its Geforce Now game streaming service. While it previously (...)
At this year’s CES, Nvidia took to the stage to announce the revamp of its Geforce Now game streaming service. While it previously only beamed PC games to the Android-based Nvidia Shield TV that connects to your TV, the Geforce Now will begin streaming games to Windows and Mac desktops beginning in March. The service will cost $25 for 20 hours of gameplay. That’s huge for the vast number of people who want to play graphics-intensive games but don’t have the latest hardware required to run them – myself included. Nvidia estimates that there are about one billion poor sods… This story continues at The Next Web At this year’s CES, Nvidia took to the stage to announce the revamp of its Geforce Now game streaming service. While it previously only beamed PC games to the Android-based Nvidia Shield TV that connects to your TV, the Geforce Now will begin streaming games to Windows and Mac desktops beginning in March. The service will cost $25 for 20 hours of gameplay. That’s huge for the vast number of people who want to play graphics-intensive games but don’t have the latest hardware required to run them – myself included. Nvidia estimates that there are about one billion poor sods… This story continues at The Next Web
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