NVIDIA announced that their GeForce RTX 4080 ‘Ada’ GPU would now be used to power its GeForce Now servers with full support for DLSS 3 and Ray Tracing.

NVIDIA has announced the GeForce RTX 4080 ‘Ada’ SUPERPOD, which will power GeForce now with faster performance and lower latency, all for the low monthly price of $19.99 in the United States.
The most recent incarnation of GeForce Now, which comes with a brand new ‘Ultimate’ membership level, will be powered by the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080 ‘Ada’ SUPERPOD servers.

With the strength of NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 4080 graphics card, players can anticipate low-latency game streaming while receiving quicker performance thanks to an improved version of the Ada architecture.

The GeForce RTX 4080 graphics card, built on the Ada GPU architecture and provides up to 64 TFLOPs of horsepower, allows for up to 5 times the performance of the current fastest gaming console, which is the Microsoft Xbox Series X. Full ray tracing effects are also available to gamers thanks to the DLSS 3 technology.

It is also announced that the new GeForce RTX 4080 ‘GeForce Now’ servers will include a new Reflex mode for competitive gaming rated at 240Hz. Compared to the RTX 3080, this results in a latency roughly half as high (120Hz mode).

NVIDIA today announced GeForce NOW is going beyond fast, delivering GeForce RTX 4080-class gaming to billions of devices — available exclusively in the new, high-performance Ultimate membership tier. Powered by the NVIDIA Ada Lovelace architecture, upgraded GeForce NOW RTX 4080 SuperPODs will deliver over 64 teraflops of graphics horsepower to an individual user, which is more than 5x that of an Xbox Series X and nearly 1.75x over the previous-generation SuperPODs.

Introducing the GeForce NOW Ultimate membership – instant access to the best available GeForce gaming experience in the cloud, with performance that’s beyond fast, streaming to nearly any device you own. GeForce NOW Ultimate members will get first access to groundbreaking GeForce RTX 40 Series performance streaming from the cloud including up to 240 FPS with NVIDIA Reflex, RTX with DLSS 3, ultrawide monitor support and 4K streaming at 120 FPS.


Every current RTX 3080 member can upgrade to the new NVIDIA GeForce Now “Ultimate” membership tier at only $19.99 (US) per month. The new plan will become accessible to members in the first quarter of 2023.


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