It’s the year’s biggest tech showcase, CES Expo. Where the world’s best and brightest come to show their new products and concepts; which they hope you’ll add to your home.
Introducing Big Format Gaming Displays: 65”, NVIDIA G-SYNC, 4K, 120Hz, HDR, SHIELD Built-In, and Much More
And as always, TVs will be the most popular gadget on show; with hundreds of big-screen TVs vying for space in your gaming den or living room. But if you play on a PC, don’t be tempted by the buzzwords and shiny tech – none of the big-screen displays will deliver the excellent experience you deserve as they’ll lack high refresh rates, low latency , PC-tuned HDR, and G-SYNC variable refresh rate technology
Now, there is one display with all those features, and more: the Big Format Gaming Display (BFGD). It’s the world’s first big-screen PC gaming display; specifically designed for enthusiast gamers seeking the ultimate 4K PC gaming experience.
The first BFGDs, coming later this year from ACER, ASUS and HP, are 65 inches, run at 4K at 120Hz, have G-SYNC technology, HDR with 1000 nit peak brightness, and an integrated NVIDIA SHIELD, giving you instant access to Netflix, Amazon Video and YouTube at 4K, NVIDIA GameStream, Android games and apps, and much more.
NVIDIA Freestyle Game Filters Unveiled
The unveiling NVIDIA Freestyle, a way for you to personally customize a game’s appearance through the application of real-time post-processing filters. With Freestyle’s options you can be more creative with your games; adding a retro war-themed filter for your favorite FPS, for example; or enhancing color and contrast to make a game look more photorealistic. Or maybe you’re color-blind, like me, and want to make a style that makes it easier to differentiate between colors and see key features.
You can even use night mode. Which reduces the amount of blue light emitted; so you can get to sleep easier after a night of gaming.
All of Freestyle’s functions are easily applied through an in-game overlay, accessed by pressing “Alt+F3” in supported titles. There are 15 available filters, 38 different settings, and many possible combinations; enabling you to create a truly unique look for your gameplay with just a few clicks.
GeForce NOW Cloud Gaming PC Beta Begins
For many years NVIDIA has been developing the world’s best cloud gaming technology; designed to stream games across the Internet at crystal-clear 1080p, with low latency. The result of this research and development is GeForce NOW, which we launched in beta for Macs last summer. Today, we’re announcing that PC gamers can now join in the fun with Mac gamers in our GeForce NOW cloud gaming PC beta, for free.
GeForce NOW connects gamers to their library of PC games from some of the top digital stores. And starting today that also includes Ubisoft’s Uplay PC; meaning you’ll be able to play games like Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege on GeForce NOW.
By using our unparalleled technology and the performance of the world’s fastest graphics cards; virtually all PCs and Macs can be transformed into blisteringly-fast GeForce gaming rigs. Capable of playing over 160 games at max settings. And now, in our newest beta, select titles can be played at up to 120 FPS up to 1920×1080; for the smoothest-possible cloud gaming experience.
All you need to play is the GeForce NOW app, a compatible PC or Mac, and a 25 Mbps or faster internet connection. Then, simply log in and install the games you own from our list of supported game titles onto your virtual GeForce NOW PC. Once installed, launch them from our app and enjoy an unrivaled gaming experience with maximum graphics settings at up to 120 FPS.