In this week Nvidia enhanced its Grid cloud-gaming service by including  support for streams at Full HD 1080 at 60 frames per second (1080p/ 60fps). Whilst movie services are already streaming content at 1080p. Grid turns into the first Internet-based streaming game service which offer 1080p60, which stops by method for yesterday’s Shield Hub beta discharge. The 720p60 choice is still available for users.

To take benefit of 1080p 60 fps, you will require a speed internet connection minimum 30Mbps, but Nvidia told for at least 50Mbps if there are two or more devices competing for bandwidth on your internet connection. If we used 720p quality then we required at least 5-10Mbps of bandwidth.

The cause behind that why Nvidia told that at 1080p streaming requires so much bandwidth because, it’s processing is double as many pixels in real-time as 720p. Likewise, movie services which take buffering on many occasions, the dual combination of real-time encoding and creating low latency need some heavy lifting, both at the front and at the back. Nvidia has brought two new data centers conveying the total to six and it could not surprise for us if Nvidia updates or added faster graphics cards to Grid.


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