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    Nvidia GeForce update brings 1440p and 120 FPS streaming support

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    Nvidia released an update for the GeForce driver, the OTA brings support up to 1440p and 120 FPS video streaming. Originally, this feature is limited to Google Chrome and Edge on PC at the moment.

    But the resolution has been increased to 1440p high at 120 FPS (Fram-Per-Second). To get the advantage of higher resolution and frame rate, you need to be in RTX 3080 tier.

    According to GeForce,

    RTX 3080 members can now level up their browser gameplay at up to 1440p and 120 frames per second. No app install is required — just open a Chrome or Edge browser on PC, go to play.geforcenow.com, select these new resolutions and refresh rates from the GeForce Now Settings menu, and jump into games in seconds, with less friction or downloads.

    If you want to download and install the GeForce app on your Windows and Mac then you can download it manually to get these features as well. With this resolution, up to 4K is supported, as well as a 120 FPS option.

    To enable the 1440p resolution based on 120 FPS by navigating Settings > The locate Stream ing quality > select custom checkbox.

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    The new GeForce is now free to try out and also supports games for your libraries on Epic, Video Stream, and Ubisoft Connect. The paid GeForce version starts from $50 just for 6 months, while the RTX 3080 tier with 4K gaming support with 120 FPS costs 100$ for 6 months.

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