The NVIDIA GeForce Experience (GFE) is not exactly a new product as NVIDIA has actually announced it back in December last year but nevertheless, the company decided to “introduce” the GFE once again at its CES 2013 press briefing today. In development for the past 7 years, the NVIDIA GFE aims to help gamers get the best game settings out of their NVIDIA graphics card.
Bundled together with NVIDIA drivers, all one need to do is just click GFE’s optimize option inside a game and the optimized graphics settings for the game – provided by NVIDIA’s datacenter - will then be applied automatically by the software. In addition to that, NVIDIA GFE also helps gamers keep track of the latest drivers for their NVIDIA graphics card.
Despite making an appearance at NVIDIA’s CES 2013 event, the NVIDIA GFE is still in closed beta stage for the time being. Head on to www.geforce.com to learn more.
[Image: NVIDIA CES 2013 press conference webcast]
Syefri “Chapree” Zulkefli is an industry mainstay that has made his bones in the eSports, gaming and tech community for almost a decade.
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