Published: January 28, 2013 10:00 AM
By Régis Jehl
Translated by: Hugh Ehreth
Nvidia's auto-optimising software for video game graphics, GeForce Experience, is now available to the public as Version 1.0.1. To mark the occasion, Nvidia has added ten games to the programme's arsenal.

Nvidia GeForce Experience is a programme that studies your PC's configuration (CPU, GPU, monitor) to automatically select the optimal settings for any compatible game. The idea being to provide the best compromise between image quality and gameplay fluidity, it does this quite effectively, giving appropriate setting adjustments for each game. The app is for the GeForce video cards only.

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GeForce Experience had already been available as a selective beta release, but now Nvidia has officially launched Version 1.0.1. It is currently available for download here.

Eventually, GeForce Experience will be able to communicate with Nvidia Shield, the portable Android gaming console presented by the firm at CES. This will enable the Shield to play games from a PC—your computer runs the game, the console serving only as screen and controller.

Here are some of the biggest changes in Version 1.0.1:
  • Support for ten new games:
    • Far Cry 3
    • MechWarrior Online
    • Hawken
    • Hitman: Absolution
    • Left 4 Dead 2
    • Deus Ex: Human Revolution
    • Fable III
    • The Secret World
    • Football Manager 2013
    • Fallout: New Vegas
  • Integration for displays with 2560 x 1440-pixel resolution
  • Support for Intel Core 2 Duo CPUs in 21 games (more info coming soon)
  • Game detection optimised
  • Updated UK English, Chinese and Danish translations
  • Optimised performance for client launch, messages, game scanning and communication with NVIDIA servers
  • Various optimisations and corrected bugs

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