Replies posted by hybrid_birth
After discussing this with support; Nvidia won’t let you have RTX cards for commercial use. Ergo Shadow PCs can’t have RTX cards or features. So essentially you pay $30 a month for a medium-class gaming PC that does pretty okay with most games, just that it has a horrible input lag and doesn’t make use of it’s $3,000 video card unless you just throw a bitcoin miner onto it when you don’t use it. 3 fps in Control RTX for $30 a month (Shadow) 60 fps in Control RTX for $10 a month (Stadia) I don’t have high hopes for you, Shadow… That’s simply not true. I was a shadow ultra subscriber a few years ago. It included an Nvidia RTX graphics card. I was able to play Control RTX with all the ray tracing features. Since then shadow discontinued the RTX Servers and sold them off. You can still see the RTX specs of shadow ultra here: https://shadow.tech/en-gb/blog/news/choose-your-shadow-configuration
If the Shadow Infinite and Ultra were dropped in the United States, you might as well remove them from your site because that is portraying misleading information on your U.S. Shadow users. All of you should also talk about the Shadow Upgrade storage in one of your meetings. Investigate your prices because how is it that I chose the $11.99 yearly subscription, but all of you keep taking $11.99 every month on the 7th. Explain how that works. You do not pay $11.99 once and get a year of shadow. It is $11.99 per month. All plans are billed monthly.The yearly subscription means that you are in a contract to pay $11.99 per month for a year. Thats why its cheaper. Cause its a contract to pay monthly for 12 months. Which you cannot cancel.The $14.99 plan is billed monthly. And there is no contract to pay. So you can cancel anytime.I am a long time subscriber and have used both plans. I hope this helps you understand.
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