CNET: An integrated cloud computing device launches at CES 2013 makes it possible to play 3D games in the cloud.
Last time I checked, Gaikai was using NVIDIA Grid.
i hope Sony goes with nvidia for the PS4 they are really innovative!
Rumor are saying they are going to use a powervr series 6 gpu or one from amd.
MS got screwed on the original Xbox with nvidia, then Sony got a not so powerful GPU on the PS3. I would imagine Sony would try somebody else this time.... @zebramocha: I hope for the love of god not. Hope they go with AMD/ATI or Nvidia (although the latter isn't likely).
Nvidia partnered with Gaikai originally, but there's been no mention of Gaikai in the CES presentation.
Your right. I just wish Gaikai would hurry up and come out since Sony bought them or at least release some official news about what they're doing.
I thought so too, but Sony/Gaikai dropped Nvidia Grid support. Sony is gonna try to make their own servers. And here's the scary part: The cloud gaming company, Agawi, is using Grid. Microsoft bought that company a few months ago. Microsoft is technically using Grid now. Probably for Windows 8/ Windows Phone.
Nvidia said one Grid unit is as powerful as 700 Xbox 360's and allows for 25 users. That's equal to each person being connected at 28 times the power of an Xbox 360. That's pretty crazy.
Theoretically i haz 10 super model girlfriends (when im watching them do porn). But sadly in reality, they dont talk to me when i whisper sweet nothings at the computer screen.
I like cloud gaming. Its quick to setup, buy, spectate.. but I don't like lag, muddy visuals, and a relative ghost town of game support....
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