A month ago, NVIDIA launched a closed beta for GeForce Experience, allowing a select few PC gamers a chance to try out the cloud-based system designed to optimize PC game hardware settings. Today, NVIDIA announced that the beta test for GeForce Experience is available for all to check out.
The open beta test includes updated software that is supposed to link up to NVIDIA's servers, which then automatically download the best settings from the server for PC games, based on the user’s specific hardware configuration. NVIDIA has now expanded the number of games that are supported by the service to 41 titles, including recent games such as Far Cry 3 and Mechwarrior Online.
GeForce Experience can now support PCs that have monitor resolutions of up to 2560x1440, along with added support for PC rigs with older Intel Core 2 Duo and Core 2 Quad CPUs. There's also been some performance improvements for the client software's "lstartup, billboard display, game scan, and communication with NVIDIA servers." Finally, there's naturally been some bug fixed put into the new version.
NVIDIA has yet to announce if it will charge money for accessing GeForce Experience once it comes out of beta.
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