NVIDIA GeForce Experience now available as a public beta
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Back at CES earlier this month, NVIDIA unveiled their GeForce Experience software, which optimizes game settings based on each PC's individual specifications. The software was originally available only as a closed beta to 10,000 testers but has now been made available to the general public.
By uploading information to NVIDIA's cloud server, the software examines each PC's specific CPU, GPU and hardware details and optimizes game settings accordingly. The software also makes sure that the most suitable GPU drivers are installed and supports display resolutions up to 2560x1600 pixels. As is to be expected, only NVIDIA GPUs work with the software, but if the venture proves successful, AMD may look to introduce a version of their own.
While many games offer an "optimal settings" option, many of them do a poor job and they rarely offer previews of the results. Of course, the software is still in its beta stages and NVIDIA is working hard at adding more titles to the database, but for the time being only the following games are supported:
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