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Google revealed its new gaming platform, Stadia, that will be available later this year. At launch, Stadia will support 4K and 60 fps with HDR and surround sound. If you’re streaming, it will share directly to YouTube and also run at 4K and 60 fps.

Phil Harrison also announced that in future, you’ll be able to play in 8K with 120 fps. Downloads and updates will be a thing of the past as you’ll be able to click on a link and access a game in under five seconds.

Here are the rest of the specs to give you a better idea of what we can expect from Stadia:


Quote:CPU
Custom 2.7ghz hyperthreaded x86 CPUs with AVX2 SIMD

GPU
Custom AMD GPUs
56 Compute units
10.7 Teraflops
Integrated HBM2 Memory

Graphics API
Vulkan high-performance, real-time 3D graphics API.

Memory
A total of 16 GB combined VRAM and system RAM with performance up to 484 GB/s

Operating System
Linux

Google Data Center Specs
7500+ edge node locations globally
Google Edge Network

Middleware Partners
Havok Physics
AudioKinetic Wwise
RAD Bink/Oodle/Tool Telemetry
Incredibuild
FMOD
Criware
Simplygon
Umbra 3
SpeedTree
Ikinema
FaceFX / OC3
IMS – Intelligent Music Systems




Sourcehttps://www.vg247.com/2019/03/19/google-...upport-8k/
By Matt on 03-20-2019, 12:39 AM
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