Nvidia Grid pushes gaming to the cloud.

CNET: An integrated cloud computing device launches at CES 2013 makes it possible to play 3D games in the cloud.

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jujubee883685d ago

Last time I checked, Gaikai was using NVIDIA Grid.

tachy0n3685d ago

i hope Sony goes with nvidia for the PS4 they are really innovative!

zebramocha3684d ago (Edited 3684d ago )

Rumor are saying they are going to use a powervr series 6 gpu or one from amd.

nukeitall3684d ago (Edited 3684d ago )

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....


I hope for the love of god not. Hope they go with AMD/ATI or Nvidia (although the latter isn't likely).

Pandamobile3685d ago (Edited 3685d ago )

Nvidia partnered with Gaikai originally, but there's been no mention of Gaikai in the CES presentation.

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ginsunuva3684d ago

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.

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ISNeko3684d ago

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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