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    Default Tweak your Game Settings Automatically | GeForce Experience Beta

    Nvidia's GeForce Experience aims to make optimising a game's image quality and performance adoddle, and is a major component of the Project Shield game streaming technology.

    Nvidia has officially opened its GeForce Experience software to the public, launching an open betafor the software that aims to provide an easy way to optimise game performance on your PC.

    The software package is designed to make it easier to get a decentframerate from your games - providing you're running an Nvidiagraphics chip, naturally. When launched, the software analyses system specifications - taking intoaccount your CPU, GPU and monitor resolution - and downloads pre-configured settings files for popular games.

    Using these files, Nvidia claims, the image quality and performance ofthe games are optimised.
    For those who like to take a more active interest in their games, the software provides details of exactly what it's changing in each case - ranging from anti-aliasing and resolution settings to game-specific options like enabling or disabling bullet impact effects in Modern Warfare3 or altering the depth of field for a particular size or aspect ratio of monitor - with screenshots demonstrating the difference the setting makes.

    As well as providing an easy to way to quickly get decent performance from your GeForce-based gaming rig, the software is designed to monitor for new driver updates and prompt the user to download and install the software. The changelog is boiled down into a set of bullet-points highlighting the most important improvements, although it doesn'tappear to be possible at present to tell the GeForce Experience software to pick up beta drivers for those gamers who prefer to live on the bleeding edge.
    This, and other yet-unannounced features, are likely to come in a future release, however: GeForce Experience is currently in beta, but Nvidia is putting a great deal of time and effort into the platform. The company's recently-announced Project Shield console, for example, relies on the GeForce Experience and the settings files it downloads from Nvidia's servers to configure PC games for streaming to the Android-based hand-held console - one of the reasons, alongside its reliance on a hardware H.264 encoder built into Kepler-class GPUs and technologies developed for the GeForce Grid cloud gamingplatform, the game streaming functionality of Shield will be limited to gaming rigs with a GeForce GTX 650 or higher GPU.
    The GeForce Experience beta package is available to download from nvidia's official website.

    Nvidia Official:

    www.geforce.com/drivers/geforce-experience


    Direct Download Link:

    international.download.nvidia.com/GFE/GFEClient/1.0.1.0/GFExperienceSetupb.exe


    Source:

    www.techspot.com/news/51437-nvidias-geforce-experience-pc-game-optimizer-enters-open-beta.html

    www.ign.com/articles/2013/01/24/nvidias-geforce-experience-now-in-open-beta

    www.bit-tech.net/news/hardware/2013/01/25/nvidia-geforce-experience/1

    www.pcgamer.com/2013/01/25/nvidias-geforce-experience-is-now-open-to-all-green-hued-gamers-rejoice

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    I got it. It's not really that good. I can play Skyrim with everything maxed out without any hiccups but the GeForce Experience keeps trying to turn down the settings. Game support is also not that great.

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    It only works with some popular steam based games but not for all games,it doesnt support old games and also a useless software, maximum gamer more or less knows that how to change game settings

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