If you are a computer player, you are either using Nvidia products or at least you know. By 2017 alone, Nvidia has nearly 5 of the GPU market, making GeForce Experience perfect for your gaming experience.
If you are using Nvidia’s Geforce GTX graphics cards specifically for players, we strongly recommend that you download the Nvidia GeForce Experience software. There are many settings and features in the application to improve the gaming experience.
Here are some things you should definitely look at and use:
1. “Game Ready” drivers
Nvidia tunes its drivers specifically for these games before high-profile games are released. So before you play more, you have the drivers to play that game perfectly. When these drivers are ready to download you get notifications about it and you download and install it with one click.
2. Optimize game settings
The application automatically determines the settings that are most appropriate for games and that are most appropriate for your computer to provide the most optimal optimization for each game. Thus, you are compromising the visual quality of the game to a minimum size, and you get high performance.
ShadowPlay is an Nvidia feature that allows you to publish your games, allows you to take video and screenshots for the game, and offers “Instant Replay”. A feature called ShadowPlay Highlights is a feature that automatically takes the video record of that moment when you kill it in games or when you boss a boss.
4. In-game image acquisition with Ansel
Ansel is a beta feature and is developed jointly with game developers and allows for in-game capture. It is a very successful feature because it offers anti-aliasing virtually zero and offers thousands of pixels of ultra-resolution.
5. Visual Freestyle
This feature is a beta feature that adds Instagram style filters to your games. Cuphead, Smite and Warframe.
6. Detailed review of your hardware features
You can access the hardware properties in the “General” section of the application. The application can also evaluate your features according to a game you want and compare it with the minimum requirements for game optimization and game publishing.