Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge now support 1440p streaming at 120 frames per second with GeForce Now

By TechThop Team

Posted on: 19 Aug, 2022

Streaming games in 1440p at 120 FPS is now possible through Edge or Chrome using GeForce Now.

The GeForce Now service makes it possible to play the best PC games without having to build or purchase a powerful gaming PC. 

A server in the distance handles the heavy lifting while a browser, such as Edge or Chrome, streams the games. It has over 1,300 titles, and it was just updated.

Now that NVIDIA GeForce Now can be optimized, you have more options in terms of resolution and frame rate. Streams of video games are now available at 1440p resolution and 120 frames per second following a recent update.

The only browsers that support the higher resolution and frame rate limits are Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge, but that could change in the future.

NVIDIA's blog post about the update to GeForce Now does not mention Mozilla Firefox, which supports streaming at 120 frames per second.

If you wish to take advantage of these new options, you must be a GeForce Now RTX 3080 member. Once you've signed up, you can go to, select the resolution and frame rate you prefer, and start playing.

An RTX 3080 membership costs $19.99 per month on GeForce Now. Several more affordable plans are available, including a free one, but they do not support 1440p gaming at 120 frames per second.

NVIDIA isn't the only company offering game streaming services. The Xbox Cloud Gaming service is offered by Microsoft, and Stadia is offered by Google.

The library of titles available on NVIDIA GeForce Now is ever-expanding. Additionally, it supports 1440p gaming through browsers at 120 FPS, unlike Xbox Cloud Gaming, which is capped at 1080p.

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