GeForce Now ups Chrome streaming to 120 frames per second and 1440 pixels.

However, in order to access the new options, you must be an RTX 3080 member.

The most expensive tier of GeForce Now is getting a new benefit from NVIDIA. As of right now, you can stream video games in a browser at 1440p and 120 frames per second. Currently, only Google Chrome on PC and GeForce Now’s $20 per month RTX 3080 membership are allowed to use the new performance setting. For the time being, the more economical $10 per month Priority tier’s maximum resolution and frame rate will both be 1080p.

The utility of higher-performance browser streaming is somewhat constrained because you’ll need a compatible monitor to get the most out of any game you want to broadcast at 1440p and 120fps. It’s likely that you were using the GeForce Now app at home if you were previously using Geforce Now to stream games at 1440p and 120fps. The 3080 tier also offers support for ray-tracing, preferential access to NVIDIA’s top servers, and the capacity to play games for up to eight hours at a time. On Android phones that support it, the 3080 tier also enables 4K at 60 and 120 frames per second gaming.