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so I pawned my gaming laptop desperate!\\

 

I now only have a chromebook and decided to give geforce now a go. yet again

 

honestly it is so good it looks like its running on native hardware. truely awesome that i can play rise of the tomb raider on a 100 dollar laptop and get this good of an experience

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haha nice ure enjoying it! although i guess it depends on the type of game ure playing (fast paced or not), ur internet connection and also ur sensitivity towards input lag. 

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This works on your 75mbps connection?

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Nice! Hadn't come across that before. What ping do you have to their nearest data centre? Also, interesting to think about what the cost comparison should be to... GPU or maybe an eGPU box(?) and how many years of service it takes to balance out. Unless the free 1-Hour session GTX 1060 level suffices for your needs? Can you simply stop the session and immediately start a new one?

 

https://www.nvidia.com/en-gb/geforce-now/memberships/
https://www.nvidia.com/en-gb/geforce-now/system-reqs/
https://www.nvidia.com/en-gb/geforce-now/faq/

 

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my ping is around 50ms and my connection yes is 75mbps......it has gotten so good only drawback is you can't play all games only a handful of AAA games. I suspect in the future it will improve but as it stands its free and pretty good...image quality wise you would need a microscope to see the difference but yeah not perfect id say its better than using all low settings at 720p, thats for sure

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I have a s21 ultra and a acer spin 311 chromebook and a gaming laptop, although this is neat at the current moment im using my 120hz 4k sony tv and im doing 4k/120 gaming on less demanding titles as of 2022. gta v mixed high settings im getting 100-180fps and can play the tomb raider at a locked 120fps. its bad that I have not been able to game for a decade but now that im retired i have like 300 great games to play and beat....fun times up ahead

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for 120fps of course you will need a 120hz display, but most new phones are 120hz and its pretty cool seeing a triple A game playing on a phone. i'd say its ok on my tablet/notebook....but I have a gaming laptop and 120hz 4k tv gaming now heck even benchmarking is more enjoyable now lol//enjoy

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yeah its great if you use geforce now on a high end pc but then again if you have a high end pc you can just play natively..i tried it again and the look of it is basically indistinguishable from native gaming...input lag is there just not as bad as you would expect on a weak chrome book...witcher 3 and cyberpunk are playable but games like crysis you will need wifi 6e or something not sure would have to test it out on my gaming laptop when or if i get it back from the pawn shop...scary being this poor and lacking options to get out of a rut

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9 hours ago, ryan said:

yeah its great if you use geforce now on a high end pc but then again if you have a high end pc you can jusr play natively..i tried it again and the look of it is basically indistinguishable from native gaming...input lag is there just not as bad as you would expect on a weak chrome book...witcher 3 and cyberpunk are playable but games like crysis you will need wifi 6e or something not sure would have to test it out on my gaming laptop when or if i get it back from the pawn shop...scary being this poor and lacking options to get out of a rut

When ever I fall on hard times I tend to low backwards than forwards in terms of gaming/entertainment.

 

Cell phones can do wonders with emulation these days, but I also have a PSP for emulation. In fact tomorrow I will be finishing up a big battery mod so it can last around 15 hours with full brightness and mild overclock.

 

 

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its weird people are bragging about getting 10 hours screen on time with youtube videos and doing tuts with millions of views on how to get that long battery life....meanwhile here on NBT im getting 16hours and no one wants to know how. we need coverage, alot of people on here know what they are doing tech wise, vets.

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