Nvidia renamed Grid streaming gaming service in order to ‘GeForce Now’




Nvidia has taken its service to stream games from the beta phase and renamed GeForce Now. The service works in conjunction with Nvidia’s Shield products and is available in Europe from October 1 to just over 7 euros per month.

GeForce Now starting October 1 in the US, Canada, Europe and Japan with more than 50 games that users can play streaming. The service works for now only in combination with Nvidia’s proprietary products such as the Shield Shield Android TV and your handheld and tablet with that name. The Shield Android TV is coming on October 1st also in Germany, France, the UK and Scandinavia, the Benelux countries but is not yet in the list.

Furthermore, according to Nvidia install a so-called ‘Shield Ready, router, which must support at least 5GHz, needed, and users must Shield Hub app. Furthermore, a compound of at least 10Mbit / s necessary but who wants to play games in 720p with 60fps must have 20Mbit / s for 1080p 60fps is 50Mbit / s is required. The GeForce Now service streams from six data centers worldwide and a ping time of less than 60ms to that data centers would play without lag to ensure.


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