Items tagged with GeForce Experience

It seems as though the entire gaming world is ready for tomorrow’s release of Fallout 4. Earlier today, we learned that both GameStop and Best Buy are tossing in a free copy of Fallout 4 with the purchase of a new PlayStation 4 console. And a week ago, we learned of a killer Black Friday deal from Dell that will include an Xbox One Gears of War console bundle, an extra controller and a copy of Fallout 4 for the low, low price of $299. And now the folks at NVIDIA are looking out for Fallout fans on the PC side with a fresh GeForce Game Ready Driver that’s optimized for Fallout 4. The new driver,... Read more...
Good things are coming to NVIDIA's GeForce Experience utility over the course of the next few months, things like the ability to stream games at 4K from your PC to your television and enhanced broadcasting. Early adopters who don't mind running pre-release software can sample a taste of these things and more through a new beta that NVIDIA's doling out today.One of the benefits of owning a high end graphics card or, even better, two of them in SLI is the ability to crank up the resolution in games to 4K for a better visual experience with a bigger field of view. It just so happens that NVIDIA's... Read more...
Are you having trouble beating a level boss or figuring out an in-game puzzle? Invite one of your gaming buddies to lend a helping hand! It's one of a handful of nifty features NVIDIA implemented in its GeForce Experience Share, which is now available in early access beta form. The newest beta includes a new in-game overlay that makes it easy to record, share, and broadcast your epic gaming moments without leaving the game. Through the in-game overlay, gamers can use Shadowplay to capture a stream and then upload it to YouTube, broadcast to Twitch, or share with other players, all without having... Read more...
To compliment today’s launch of the GeForce GTX 950, Nvidia is also announcing that they’ve taught their GeForce Experience software a few new tricks. Two and a half years ago when Nvidia debuted GeForce Experience, it carried a simple tagline: “Console Simplicity, PC Performance.” In its infancy, it merely analyzed your unique hardware and recommend ideal settings for a popular selection of games, targeting a perfect balance between performance and visual fidelity without the user needing to experiment with dozens of graphics tweaks.  Since then, GeForce Experience has seen healthy growth... Read more...
When Nvidia unveiled its GeForce Experience application last year, AMD was quick to return fire, but the company's version of the Raptr software client lagged Nvidia's application in several areas. While both could be used to optimize a game for best performance, Raptr (nee Gaming Evolved) didn't have the same ability to record or stream in-game footage. The company claims to have solved that problem with version 4.0 of the Gaming Evolved App, with the new ability to broadcast to Twitch, record footage to the hard drive, optimize games at the push of a button, and with new support for webcam overlays... Read more...
PC gaming has long had a reputation for being more difficult to get into than consoles, due to the plethora of potential hardware combinations and the pitfalls of bargain-basement OEM systems. PC gamers are used to seeing minimum game specs that occasionally imply the marketing department lives in an alternate dimension, but the question of what the consumer experiences once they actually launch a title is almost never discussed. Some games err on the side of settings that maintain a high frame rate at the expense of quality, while others pick presets that could choke a sperm whale. It's almost... Read more...