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Nvidia GeForce Experience out of closed beta

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 27 Jan 2013 11:18 User comments (6)

Nvidia GeForce Experience out of closed beta Nvidia has announced today that its PC gaming optimization service, GeForce Experience, is now in open beta.
The tool had been in closed beta for a month.

40,000 gamers tested the app during its closed beta, with many of the bugs being worked out before hitting today's version 1.0.1 release.

With the release comes support for new games like FarCry 3, Mechwarrior Online, and Hawken for a total of 41 supported games.

CPU support is now extended to Core 2 Duo and Core 2 Quad CPU and 2560 x 1440 resolution support was added, as well.

The tool uses its own proprietary cloud database "to find and set the ideal drivers and graphics settings" for the game you are trying to play after scanning your hardware.

Check it here: GeForce Experience

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6 user comments

128.1.2013 10:14

Mabye devs can use it to get their games to work well on the last 10 cards...


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228.1.2013 19:26

Is this just for games, or will it optimize video converters like for dvd or bluray ripping and burning or after effects etc. ?

328.1.2013 19:31

Originally posted by wiseguy0:
Is this just for games, or will it optimize video converters like for dvd or bluray ripping and burning or after effects etc. ?
It looks like its a cloud based system that will try and install best drivers based on the game and hardware you got.

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429.1.2013 3:36

Originally posted by ZippyDSM:
Originally posted by wiseguy0:
Is this just for games, or will it optimize video converters like for dvd or bluray ripping and burning or after effects etc. ?
It looks like its a cloud based system that will try and install best drivers based on the game and hardware you got.
If that is the case, being a cloud based solution. I would prefer to avoid it and the hassles it can bring. Your system messes up and you need to install your video drivers, but you might not have an internet connection because your system is seriously messed up... I've had it happen before, and i must be the luckiest bastard around, the few times my internet has gone down was exactly when i needed it the most. Good old murphy. Since then i religiously have a folder of all downloads and patches for any drivers i've ever used and need.

Also not to mention i'm not sold that cloud bases solutions are all what they are suppose to be Amazon's cloud was down for a while a months ago, and same with Micky$oft's too.







529.1.2013 19:58

Originally posted by SomeBozo:
Originally posted by ZippyDSM:
Originally posted by wiseguy0:
Is this just for games, or will it optimize video converters like for dvd or bluray ripping and burning or after effects etc. ?
It looks like its a cloud based system that will try and install best drivers based on the game and hardware you got.
If that is the case, being a cloud based solution. I would prefer to avoid it and the hassles it can bring. Your system messes up and you need to install your video drivers, but you might not have an internet connection because your system is seriously messed up... I've had it happen before, and i must be the luckiest bastard around, the few times my internet has gone down was exactly when i needed it the most. Good old murphy. Since then i religiously have a folder of all downloads and patches for any drivers i've ever used and need.

Also not to mention i'm not sold that cloud bases solutions are all what they are suppose to be Amazon's cloud was down for a while a months ago, and same with Micky$oft's too.







Its more like the audio detect hardware stuff only geared to running a game optimally with minimum issue. The only reason its cloud based is its constantly updated.

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631.1.2013 14:43

NVidia prides itself on is raw power of GPUs but their ease of use/installation and compatibility can't hold a candle to anything ATI (AMD) has on their Radeon series.

ATI cards are way better overall IMO

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