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Shadow Cloud PC Gaming Releases New Levels of Service to compete with Geforce Now & Stadia



Shadow is a full blown Windows 10 PC in the cloud giving you remote access for gaming and other programs. Lets see if publishers start attacking this service now that the spotlight will be on them more. Just as when Geforce Now left beta. Totally different services but anything could happen. I prefer the value of Geforce Now and the available Ray Tracing at a much lower price point.

Links to stuff I am using -

MSI B450 Tomahawk Motherboard -
MSi Gaming Z RTX 2060 GPU -
Ryzen 5 3600 CPU -
Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML120L RGB -
MSI MAG271CQR Monitor -
Blue Yeti Mic -
Logitech 922x Camera -
Steel Series Headset -
Elgato HD60 S+ Capture Card -

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10 Comments

  1. I have a Shadow Ghost as my primary PC. It's incredible ans seamless. I hiiiighly recommend it to anyone even considering anything "cloud" , then consider the others if you just want gaming, but you can do ANYTHING On Shadow.

    I feel this youtuber, like most, just need to familiarize themselves with Shadow to appreciate that it's different and uses a proprietary tech for very low/negligible latency, if any. I'll leave a link to a couple tests.

  2. I've also had GeForce Now since 2017, and love that service. I use it on my Nvidia Shield TV AND use Shadow on my Nvidia Shield TV. I can literally log into my Shadow or Shield and access eachother. I COULD do the Shadow at Boost and GeForce at $5 for RT effects, but I know the RT on GeForce isn't 4K and not as clean

  3. The best version of this play owned games via cloud gaming is if someone offers a rent to purchase pc option where after 3-4 years you'd actually be shipped a semi used system. & if you pay more each month the sooner you'll own it.

  4. i been using shadow for 2 years best service i ever had i finally can play all my pc games but the storge was low so with the new update im getting 1tb to get all my games ge force now i hated it now they remove alot of good things even the games

  5. I honestly prefer my Shadow PC. I've had it for three months and I'm able to play games like Resident Evil 2 and Sekiro at high settings on my OnePlus 7 Pro phone.

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