NVIDIA GeForce Experience Now Available – Here’s How To Use It and What It Does
NVIDIA's GeForce Experience utility is now publicly available to user in its current BETA state. With GeForce Experience, NVIDIA aims to optimize games accordingly to a users PC hardware. The utility also allows users to download the latest driver updates for supported GeForce hardware.
The current BETA build of GeForce Experiences adds compatibility with a wide variety of games and supports older generation CPUs and GeForce hardware. This would allow better optimization for a wide range of users who can now easily optimize the graphics settings in games without the burden to go through adjusting each graphical setting individually. The GeForce Experience intelligently optimizes the supported games based on a data it acquires from a users PC database.
So how does the GeForce Experience helps the average user? Well you can optimize a game on your PC through the click of a single button. Infact, the GeForce Experience is the best utility for PC gamers experiencing choppy performance or lag during game. The GeForce Experience when launched scans for the games and also gathers data about your PC's hardware. Then utility sends the acquired data to a cloud server which fetches a list of optimized settings for your game and gives you the option to optimize it through a single click. After optimizing, you can run the game again and see that the game has been optimized by a level that it is now in playable state. You may notice that some graphical settings would be disable during the process due to the optimization but that is done to maintain a playable state for the game.
One good feature about GeForce Experience is that when you move the pointer over a specific setting listed in the optimization panel, it would give a brief detail of that specific setting in the screenshot of the game provided below. The GeForce Experience is a great utility for PC gamers and GeForce users to optimize their games and allows gamers to play their titles the way its meant to be played. You can download NVIDIA GeForce Experience from the link below:
GeForce Experience (Beta) - Download Link
It should be noted that the GeForce Experience is currently in BETA state so only a few games are currently supported. Also the utility doesn't supports AMD cards, maybe AMD would launch their own Radeon Experience later on. Following are the list of changes in the latest build of GeForce Experience:
GeForce Experience 1.0.1 Release Notes
- Expanded game support, including FarCry 3, Mechwarrior Online, and Hawken. GFE now support 41 titles.
- Core 2 Duo and Core 2 Quad CPU support in most games. More to come.
- Dramatically improved game detection logic/
- Added optimal playable settings for 2560 x 1440 displays.
- Improved translations for Chinese, Danish, and UK English.
- Improved performance for client startup, billboard display, game scan, and communication with NVIDIA servers.
- Numerous bug fixes and improvements.