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i know why ......not using latest GPU....and wring game industry .....IAM PC FAN BOY yes...like it or not .
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NVIDIA GeForce GRID and NVIDIA VGX Cloud Computing Technology Introduce Change to Video Games and the PC Platform.
NVIDIA recently unveiled two new graphics technologies at the 2012 GPU Technology Conference: NVIDIA GeForce GRID and NVIDIA VGX. You're probably not familiar with either of these 'Cloud Computing' technologies, but in the next few years they'll develop to become quite commonplace. One day in the not so distant future, you could find yourself choosing between a NVIDIA GeForce GRID subscription or NVIDIA GeForce graphics card to play the latest high-end game. In this editorial I explore what these two new technologies offer, and how they will change the graphics industry.
The Internet is Everything!
Some of us can remember back to a time when video games only offered one mode: arcade. It wasn't for many years later when dial-up Internet service was common that video games offered a multiplayer mode, and then many more years before broadband Internet helped make multiplayer gaming the standard (suggested reading:Before PC and Console Games: The Video Arcade). Now everything is connected, and it's difficult to find a modern video game title that doesn't feature an online multiplayer mode. Multiplayer games helped fuel the home entertainment market, while wiping out an entire arcade industry.
Cloud Computing Kills the Desktop PC... and Console.
Would you spend money on a new gaming console or desktop PC system upgrade if you could simply power-up any Internet-connected HDTV and start playing a library of video games using the best graphics settings possible? Most people would make the obvious choice to move with technology, but there will always be a few die-hards out there who refuse to keep with the times and cling to their old devices. Some readers may recall that several of mypast editorialsforetell a future where the desktop computer platform no longer exists, and this section ties into the others.
Use Your Imagination
It's still too early to rate the value of NVIDIA GeForce GRID technology since there are competing product already available (such as OnLive and Evolve), but if we consider these announcements at face value there's plenty of potential for NVIDIA VGX server-side graphics to become the world standard for connected businesses. Websites are already server-side, as are many online games and productivity programs, so it's really not much of a stretch to imagine a day where most complex tasks are handled by an offsite super-computer. Most companies dread mandatory hardware upgrades made for the sake of operating on the latest version of essential software, and Cloud Computing's offset in costs could make sense for cash-strapped businesses.
Of course, this would mean steep declines in consumer revenue for everyone involved in selling computer hardware. Intel, AMD, NVIDIA, and everyone else in the supply chain would be hard-pressed to continue selling desktop hardware in a world where only servers need powerful components and everyone else uses a simple Internet-connected device to access them. All this time I've been worried that mobile phones, laptops, and game consoles might be killing off the desktop platform, but in reality it could be the server that does us in.
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