GeForce Now RTX 4080: The Future of Cloud Gaming is Here

As gaming giants like Xbox and PlayStation make more games available to stream online, cloud gaming may be the way of the future. The GeForce Now service from Nvidia puts performance first by giving players faster graphics cards.

GeForce Now RTX 4080: The Future of Cloud Gaming is Here

In January, Nvidia announced that it would add the GeForce RTX 4080 to its Ultimate membership. With this high-end graphics card, users can stream gameplay at a resolution of 4K. It also added a 240fps Competitive Mode, which is twice as fast as the previous tier, which used 3080 cards. This mode makes competitive games like “CS:GO,” “Fortnite,” and others that work better with a higher frame rate run better.

After first being available in only a few places, 4080 support is now available in many more places at no extra cost to people who already use GeForce Now Ultimate. Even if you are not a member, you can try these new features for free for one day.

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GeForce RTX 4080 cards can now be used on 10 North American servers in Montreal, Los Angeles, Atlanta, and Portland, as well as 6 European servers in Paris, London, and Stockholm. GeForce Now Ultimate members who live close to these servers can start streaming their games with the 4080. But it still needs to be clarified if or when Nvidia will make this service available to people outside the Western region.

Nvidia has started the GeForce NOW Ultimate “KovaaK’s” Challenge to show off the technology behind its server expansion and celebrate its growth. Users can use a 4080 card to get into “KovaaK’s” aim training program and compete with each other to get to the top of the leaderboard.

The top three players each week will win prizes like a Gaming Chromebook, a 240Hz gaming monitor, and GeForce NOW memberships. On its Winners page, Nvidia will post the winners’ names every Thursday.

Free users who complete Kovvak’s challenge get a 24-hour trial of GeForce Now, which lets them stream high-quality games like Cyberpunk 2077, Dying Light 2, and Apex Legends at their best performance.

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