NVIDIA’s GeForce Experience is available for all to try out, and just in time for the Crysis 3 Multiplayer Open Beta (Comes out tomorrow!). Don’t know what that is? Well it’s a handy tool for those of us who have NVIDIA graphics cards in their computers but don’t know what the optimum graphics settings should be for a game. This handy app scans your computer for what games you have, and your computer specs, and then it goes to their handy cloud where they have amassed all this data, finding the perfect fit for your system. No more fiddling the settings, just hit a button and they optimize everything. So head on over to and try it out here!
UPDATE: I’ve taken some screen shots in Assassin’s Creed 3 before and after using GeForce Experience, as well as the screenshot that showed what it was before and after in the settings. This is a very useful tool for those who don’t have an almighty computer to run everything to the max. It also helps keep you up to date with latest video card drivers. My question to you is, do you want more of these screen shot comparisons, and do you want actual video gameplay? Sound off in the comments below!
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So NVIDIA, when its optimized, covers things with sheets?
Basically it turns your graphics to max settings for you because you know how hard it is to go into video settings and do that yourself
I’m talking about the image, the only “real” difference is the Optimized version has a blanket or something covering the truck. In other words jokes.
It’s a bit more complicated than that Matt. It turns it up to where it thinks it should be based on your specs. In the case of Planetside 2, it wants me to turn my specs down. Every other game though it wants to turn them up in certain areas. When you get things like 2x, 4x, 8x, and 16x MXAA and FXAA, etc. it can get a bit complicated to dial in everything perfectly. It’s a pretty neat tool. When I get more time I’ll try out the different games and try and take some screen caps of “Optimized” and “Unoptimized” to give a personal perspective.
Now with less blankets.