GPU GeForce Server Rental, GeForce Graphics Card Hosting

The NVIDIA GeForce graphics card is a powerful GPU that provides the necessary performance and capabilities for these demanding tasks. By renting a server with a NVIDIA GeForce GPU, users can take advantage of this performance without having to invest in expensive hardware or manage a physical server.
GPU GeForce server rental is often a more cost-effective solution than purchasing a dedicated server or building a gaming or workstation computer. The rental cost includes access to the latest hardware and software technologies, as well as the maintenance and management of the server by the hosting provider.
GTX 16 series

GeForce GTX 10 Series Server Hosting

GeForce 10 series is a graphic processing unit based on Pascal architecture developed by Nvidia, which was sold in March 2014. At present, GeForce GTX 10 series has been replaced by the revolutionary NVIDIA Turing architecture in GTX 16 series and RTX 20 series.
GTX 16 series

GeForce GTX 16 Series Server Hosting

GeForce 16 series is a series of graphic processing units developed by Nvidia based on the Turing architecture, which was released in February 2019. The Tensor (AI) and RT (ray tracing) cores unique to the 20 series are omitted. However, the 16 series does retain a dedicated integer kernel for concurrent integer and floating-point operations. This series is extremely cost-effective for entry-level to mid-range games.
GTX 20 series

GeForce GTX 20 Series Server Hosting

The GeForce 20 series is a series of graphics processing units developed by Nvidia based on the Turing architecture, which began to be shipped on September 20, 2018. With exclusive features, such as DLSS and ray tracing, the GeForce 20 series graphics cards are ready to perform well in the next generation of games and release the power of AI-driven DLSS and real-time ray tracing in the most demanding games and creative projects.
GTX 30 series

GeForce GTX 30 Series Server Hosting

GeForce RTX 30 series GPUs provide the ultimate performance for gamers and creators. RTX 30 series GPUs are supported by Ampere (NVIDIA's second generation RTX architecture), with new RT cores, Tensor cores, and streaming multiprocessors, which can provide the most realistic ray tracing graphics and cutting-edge AI functions.
GTX 40 series

GeForce GTX 40 Series Server Hosting

The GeForce RTX 40 series graphics cards are supported by the new ultra-efficient NVIDIA Ada Lovelace architecture. By using DLSS 3 and the new Ada innovation, developers can improve the performance of full ray tracing games by up to 4 times. In creative applications, GeForce RTX 40 series graphics cards provide up to twice the performance in 3D rendering, video export speed, and AI tools.

Hosted GeForce Server Graphics Card Comparison

Upgrade to the latest Nvidia GeForce RTX 4090 server for a truly new generation of performance and functionality.
Nvidia GPU GeForceRTX 4090RTX 3060 TiRTX 2060GTX 1660GTX 1650
ArchitectureAda LovelaceAmpereTuringTuringTuring
CUDA Cores16384486419201408896
FP32 performance82.6 TFLOPS16.2 TFLOPS6.5 TFLOPS5.0 TFLOPS3.0 TFLOPS
Ray Tracing Cores3rd Generation2nd GenerationYesNoNo
Tensor Cores4th Generation3rd GenerationYesNoNo
VR ReadyYesYesYesYesNo
NVIDIA Encoder (NVENC)8th Generation7th Generation7th GenerationYesYes

Introduction to GeForce Server Rental Core Technologies



NVIDIA RTX platform includes the RT Core dedicated to ray tracing and the Tensor Core dedicated to AI computing. The two can jointly create groundbreaking technologies at a breakthrough speed and allow users to experience the current popular games in an unprecedented way.


NVIDIA DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling) is groundbreaking AI rendering technology that increases graphics performance using dedicated Tensor Core AI processors on GeForce RTX™ GPUs. DLSS uses the powerful function of deep learning neural network to improve the frame rate and generate beautiful and clear images for the game.


NVIDIA Reflex integrates GPU and game optimization to dynamically reduce system latency. The combination of GeForce RTX 30 Series GPUs and NVIDIA ® G-SYNC ® monitors can provide lower latency and better response speed. This revolutionary technology tailored for competitive games can help players capture targets faster, react more quickly and improve targeting accuracy.

Introduction of GeForce Server Rental Architecture



Pascal succeeded Maxwell in 2016. Pascal NVIDIA GPU microarchitecture provides improvements to Maxwell, such as: support for NVLink communication, which can provide significant speed advantages compared with PCIe; high bandwidth memory 2 (HBM2) - 4096-bit memory bus, providing 720 GB memory bandwidth; calculate preemption; Dynamic load balancing can optimize the utilization of GPU resources.


Turing was released in 2018, supporting Tensor Core and joining RT Core for the first time. Turing is the microarchitecture used by NVIDIA's popular Quadro RTX and GeForce RTX series GPUs. GPU supports real-time ray tracing, which is crucial for applications with large amounts of computation, such as virtual reality (VR).


The Ampere architecture aims to further improve the capabilities of ray tracing, high-performance computing (HPC), and AI computing. Enhancements in Ampere include the third generation NVLink and Tensor Core, structural sparsity (converting unnecessary parameters to zero to achieve AI model training), the second generation ray tracing core, multi-instance GPU (MIG), etc.
Ada Lovelace

Ada Lovelace

The Ada Lovelace architecture is the third generation RTX architecture. NVIDIA released the GPU based on Ada Lovelace architecture: GeForce RTX 40 series graphics cards at the GTC22 conference in September 2022. The first batch of RTX40 series graphics cards has launched three models, including RTX 4090, RTX 4080 16GB, and RTX 4080 12GB. The Ada Lovelace architecture GPU streaming multiprocessor has a shader capacity of up to 83 TFLOPS, and the throughput is twice that of the previous generation.

FAQs of GeForce GTX and RTX Server Hosting

Can GeForce GPU hosting server run Valorant?

Competitive games like Valorant demand maximum frame rates and the lowest system latency. Get the competitive edge you need at sub-25 milliseconds (ms) with NVIDIA Reflex and 144+ frames per second (FPS) powered by GeForce RTX.

Can GPU GeForce server run games?

The GeForce RTX 4090 is a NVIDIA video card categorized as Enthusiast. It is the latest generation GPU. The GeForce RTX 4090 can run 100% of the top 10,000 PC games and also run 100% of these games at the recommended or best experience levels.

Is GeForce RTX GPU hosting better than GTX GPU hosting?

Because NVIDIA's latest GPU generation only hosts RTX cards, the most powerful NVIDIA cards are now all RTX only (no GTX). RTX cards are therefore not only better for graphics, but also for traditional rendering performance.

What is the benefits of GPU GeForce server rental?

GPU GeForce server rental provides users with the flexibility to adjust the resources they use based on their needs. They can scale up or down the CPU, memory, and storage resources as required, ensuring that they only pay for what they use. This makes GPU GeForce server rental an ideal solution for users who need powerful GPU resources on an as-needed basis, without being tied to a long-term commitment.
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