Nvidia’s GeForce Now Ultimate Turned My Boring Work Laptop Into A Gaming Rig

    Nvidia's GeForce Now Ultimate Turned My Boring Work Laptop Into A Gaming Rig

    It’s cool that Cyberpunk 2077 now runs at maximum settings on my 2021 Dell XPS 15, which has a mobile RTX 3050 Nvidia graphics card. It operates on servers that are only available with Nvidia’s GeForce Now Ultimate, which goes on sale this week in some areas.

    The new top-tier subscription option for anybody interested in Nvidia’s cloud gaming service, GeForce Now, is the Ultimate membership level. Nvidia claims the RTX 4080 SuperPODS, which are available with Ultimate, perform roughly twice as quickly as those propelled by the RTX 3080. The new tier supports up to 240 frames per second of gameplay, full ray-tracing, AV-1 encoding (for higher quality streaming), DLSS 3 full frame upscaling, and Nvidia Reflex with G-Sync. It also supports 4K resolutions at up to 120 frames per second and ultrawide gaming monitors.

    GeForce Now Ultimate is one of the strongest cloud gaming services on the market right now. You should try it out if you have a supported machine and a high-resolution or high frame rate monitor. It’s not yet available on Chromebooks or mobile devices, however it is available on Mac, Windows, Nvidia Shield TV, and several smart TVs. Here is everything GeForce Now Ultimate has to offer, along with what is waiting for you on the other side.