Nvidia wants to be known as a company that listens to their Community. As a group, you’ve requested many enhancements for Nvidia Shield TV. They’ve listened, and many of your requests are being addressed in their 20th major software upgrade.
Today is the day that many of you have waited for. Nvidia officially revealed their next family of GeForce Graphic Cards. The new series is called “GeForce RTX”, and they promise up to 6X the performance of the current generation.
Nvidia is releasing the full PC Version of GeForce Now on Nvidia Shield. This update will bring over 200 new Games to these platforms. Shield owners will also enjoy a perk that is not available on PC.
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The Nvidia Shield TV is the pinnacle of what is possible for Game Streaming. It’s a premium device that provides a refined experience. We recently took a look at the Shield TV, and here are our impressions.
Nvidia and AMD are long-time rivals for dominance in the Computer Gaming space. They both specialize in providing cutting-edge Graphics for the most demanding Games. They also play a vital role in powering your Game Streaming experience. Which one offers the lowest H.264 Compression Latency?
Parsec has been collecting diagnostic information about the hardware used with their service. They recently released this information through their blog. It turns out that Game Streamers overwhelmingly prefer Nvidia hardware for their streaming systems. Continue reading “Nvidia Dominates Game Streaming Market Data shows that Gamers may Prefer Value over Quality“