Nvidia's GeForce Now streaming service is currently in beta, but the company hopes it will compete with Google Stadia to change the future of gaming. See how it works.
ouch that home hardware is lacking
But the content is not. And that's the key. I'm going to try this simply because my laptop is old and I have no desire/room/time to buy/build a gaming PC. Yet I have a big library of Steam games my laptop struggles to play. I can simply dip in and out as and when I choose and play these games for a small fee. When I've had my fill, I can cancel, no extra cost. Google hardware and even tech is superior. However, cost and content wise, it blows it out of the water.
I didn't mention it in the piece, because it wasn't really relevant (since I was downscaling to take the comparison image) but the home hardware is a 5700XT, a 3700X, 32 gb ram at 3600 mhz and an X570 board.
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