GeForce Now may be getting an upgrade to Ampere GPU's

Last updated on Nov 16, 2020

Posted on Jul 22, 2020

NVIDIA GeForce Now is one of the best cloud gaming platforms you can currently access. It allows you to play your favorite games using infrastructure set up by NVIDIA for $5/month.

If you have been following the news around NVIDIA, you may know that they announced a new GPU architecture, Ampere. It looks like you may not have to wait that long to have the opportunity to game on the latest gaming technology from NVIDIA.

In a statement to PC Gamer, Sr. Product Manager, Andrew Fear, says that "We want GeForce Now to be an opportunity for gamers to experience the latest gaming technology from Nvidia. Therefore, you can expect to see Ampere on GeForce Now in time."

This is exciting news to know that those who subscribe to GeForce Now will be able to access the new technology soon, if not earlier, than those who plan on purchasing the latest graphics cards when they release to consumers.

Recently, GeForce Now moved to the Turing architecture, allowing for gamers to take advantage of ray-tracing and DLSS on their platform. Hopefully, the switch to the Ampere architecture will happen soon, as this will give their Cloud Gaming platform a fantastic boost in gaming power!

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