NVIDIA held an online presentation during the Consumer Electronics Show.

On January 3, the annual Consumer Electronics Show was launched. As part of the event, NVIDIA held an online presentation during which it introduced new graphics cards, improvements to GeForce NOW, and more.

Below are the highlights of the announcements.

The company started its program with a technology to increase the performance of DLSS 3, which rolled out in October 2022. NVIDIA plans to further enhance the system with AI algorithms to, for example, improve the stability of the display interface and improve the image quality during fast movement.

The updates will be released during the first quarter of 2023. The first to receive a performance boost along with the next patches are <b>Cyberpunk 2077</b>, <b>The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt</b> and <b>Portal with RTX</b>.

In January, DLSS 3 support will be added to Marvel’s Midnight Suns, Dakar Desert Rally, Conqueror’s Blade and The Cycle: Frontier. The technology will reach the Tower of Fantasy in April.

We also showed you some DLSS 3 games that are still to be released:.

NVIDIA has unveiled the GeForce RTX 4070 Ti desktop, which is already known to the world as the GeForce RTX 4080 with 12 gigabytes of memory. The last one was cancelled, but it’s a new one. So the characteristics of both are identical:.

The video chipset will go on sale on January 5th.

NVIDIA then introduced the following video cards for gaming laptops: the GeForce RTX 4090, RTX 4080, RTX 4070, RTX 4060 and RTX 4050.

The new devices work on Ada Lovelace architecture and support modern technologies such as DLSS 3. For example, you can play A Plague Tale: Requiem or Microsoft Flight Simulator at ultra-fast 100 frames per second. rendering complex scenes in Blender takes “counted minutes”

The RTX 4090 and RTX 4080 systems on board will go on sale on February 8. The completed RTX 4070, RTX 4060 and RTX 4050 versions will hit shelves a little later on February 22. Prices start at $999.

GeForce NOW streaming service has also been pumped into the cloud with a more powerful RTX 4080. This solution will allow games to be processed and broadcast at 240 fps. G-Sync monitors will pave the way for NVIDIA‘s Reflex system, which optimizes responsiveness in competitive projects. And it will also support ultra-wide screens.

Along with this, NVIDIA is introducing a new subscription tier Ultimate. For almost $20 a month, subscribers will be able to access the RTX 4080’s cloud gaming. It will automatically transfer current subscribers to the RTX 3080 plan, as the Ultimate will replace it.

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