It seems like is not be a GeForce NOW Thursday this week, but GeForce NOW (GFN) will have a presence at the upcoming CES NVIDIA address. It is unclear what this presence will involve, but there is speculation that it could include announcements from TAKE 2, a publisher that has recently joined GFN. There is also speculation that there may be an upgrade to GeForce NOW in the form of the 40 series. The event takes on Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2023, at 8:00 a.m. PT. We will be covering the event live and would like you to join us.
At last year’s CES NVIDIA announced
- NVIDIA is releasing over 160 new GeForce RTX and Studio laptops, featuring new GeForce RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 3070 Ti Laptop GPUs. These laptops are designed for both gaming and creative work and come in a variety of form factors. The flagship RTX 3080 Ti class of GPUs is being introduced to laptops for the first time, and is capable of delivering higher performance than a desktop TITAN RTX. The RTX 3070 Ti is up to 70% faster than the previous generation RTX 2070 SUPER and offers excellent 1440p performance.
- NVIDIA is also introducing the GeForce RTX 3050 graphics card, which is equipped with 2nd generation RT Cores for ray tracing, 3rd gen Tensor Cores for DLSS and AI, and 8GB of GDDR6. The RTX 3050 is aimed at gamers and is capable of playing ray traced games at over 60 frames per second on a 50-class GPU. It will be available worldwide from all of NVIDIA’s partners on January 27th.
- NVIDIA has enhanced a number of games with its RTX and Reflex technologies, including The Day Before, Rainbow Six Extraction, and Escape From Tarkov. Since the last CES, the company has added over 150 RTX games and applications, and gamers have logged over 1 billion hours of play time on these games.
- NVIDIA is debuting new G-SYNC displays, which are designed to provide smooth, tear-free gaming experiences with low input latency.
- The company is bringing cloud gaming to TVs and 5G mobile devices through its GeForce NOW service, which allows users to access high-quality games on devices that may not have the necessary hardware to run them.
- NVIDIA is also demonstrating how its NVIDIA Studio platform is helping to build the next digital frontier with NVIDIA Omniverse. This platform allows creators to work with realistic simulations and collaborate on 3D projects in real-time.