NVIDIA GeForce Now Rolled Out 1600p Game Play For M1 MacBooks

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Like Google Stadia, Nvidia GeForce Now allows you to stream PC games to your computer even if your PC is not powerful enough to run them. Nvidia’s data centers stream material from the cloud, allowing you to play high-end games on computers including Windows laptops or even MacBooks. It comes at a time when obtaining a current GPU is extremely difficult; in other words, game streaming is beginning to make more sense.

Of course, there are certain limitations. The biggest one is lag due to latency, Internet connectivity troubles, or bandwidth overages. While gaming services like GeForce Now are trying to make it simple to play PC games on a Mac; even then users of the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro have to sacrifice resolutions.

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NVIDIA GeForce Now has rolled out with a different resolution

The 13-inch MacBook Pro, like the MacBook Air, has a native resolution of 2560×1600 pixels. The laptops’ 16:10 aspect ratio makes for a strange resolution. Although 16:9 is still the most popular aspect ratio for computers, 2560×1440 is becoming more popular. It is worth noting that GeForce Now users with MacBook Air or 13-inch MacBook Pro have to use this resolution. It is technically less sharp than the Macs’ native resolution.

What’s more, NVIDIA released Version 2.0.36 of its game-streaming service on Thursday. This new update includes the ability to play games at 1600p on.

The RTX 3080 tier costs $100 for six months, compared to $50 for six months or $10 for one month on the Priority tier and the Free tier that is limited to one-hour gaming.

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