Last week, NVIDIA has revealed its latest generation GPU for the notebook segment in the form of GeForce 800M series. It also marked the arrival of two in-house technologies – ShadowPlay and GameStream, previously exclusive to desktop PC – on notebook platform.
Soon, both features will also be made available to older GTX-class GeForce mobile GPU.
If you not familiar with these technologies, ShadowPlay is a built-in feature in GeForce Experience (GFE) software that allows users to record their gameplay without the need of external software. As for GameStream, it is the base technology that allows users to remotely play games that are located within their PC on NVIDIA Shield.
NVIDIA ShadowPlay’s features.
Both of these features will be delivered through an update for the GeForce Experience software. However, they will only be supported on GTX 700M series as well as selected GTX 600M series such as 680M, 675MX, 670MX and 660M.
The update is expected to be released later this month, so keep a look for it through the GFE software inside your laptop. In case you haven’t installed it yet, GFE is available from NVIDIA’s official website.