Summary: NVIDIA is increasing the price of its GeForce NOW game streaming service in certain regions, while offering a 50% discount to Founders Priority members and a free option with a 1-hour session duration.
- Priority service remains unchanged
- Ultimate tier now provides 4K resolution and 120 FPS
- Founders Priority program offers 50% discount on subscription
Geforce NOW, nVidia’s game streaming service, will be experiencing a price increase in certain regions. Starting from November 1st, the subscription tiers for GeForce NOW will see a price adjustment of 1 to 2 euros per month. The current price of 10 euros will be raised to 11 euros for the standard service, while the Ultimate service will see an increase from 20 euros to 22 euros.
The Priority service, which offers users a 1080p resolution and 60 FPS, will remain unchanged. However, the Ultimate tier will now provide a resolution of 4K and a frame rate of 120 FPS. Additionally, the higher-tier subscription will extend the maximum session duration from 6 to 8 hours.
The new pricing structure will impact several countries, including Canada, the UK, the Eurozone, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Czechia, and Poland.
It’s worth noting that GeForce NOW also offers a free option, allowing users to test the service’s performance with a 1-hour session duration. This free option provides access to a basic gaming rig with lower priority for streaming services.
NVIDIA has assured its commitment to the Founders Priority program by offering members the Founders For Life promotion. As long as their membership remains active, Founders will continue to receive a 50% discount on their subscription.
Overall, these price adjustments reflect NVIDIA’s ongoing efforts to provide high-quality game streaming services while ensuring a sustainable business model.
About nVidia: NVIDIA has firmly established itself as a leader in the realm of client computing, continuously pushing the boundaries of innovation in graphics and AI technologies. With a deep commitment to enhancing user experiences, NVIDIA's client computing business focuses on delivering solutions that power everything from gaming and creative workloads to enterprise applications. for its GeForce graphics cards, the company has redefined high-performance gaming, setting industry standards for realistic visuals, fluid frame rates, and immersive experiences. Complementing its gaming expertise, NVIDIA's Quadro and NVIDIA RTX graphics cards cater to professionals in design, content creation, and scientific fields, enabling real-time ray tracing and AI-driven workflows that elevate productivity and creativity to unprecedented heights. By seamlessly integrating graphics, AI, and software, NVIDIA continues to shape the landscape of client computing, fostering innovation and immersive interactions in a rapidly evolving digital world.nVidia Website: https://www.nvidia.com
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Geforce: Geforce is a line of graphics processing units (GPUs) developed by Nvidia. It is the most popular GPU used in the computer industry today. Geforce GPUs are used in gaming PCs, workstations, and high-end laptops. They are also used in virtual reality systems, artificial intelligence, and deep learning applications. Geforce GPUs are designed to deliver high performance and power efficiency, making them ideal for gaming and other demanding applications. They are also capable of rendering high-resolution graphics and providing smooth, realistic visuals. Geforce GPUs are used in a variety of applications, from gaming to professional workstations, and are the preferred choice for many computer users.
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