New NVidia Tool Optimizes Your Games Performance Automatically

NVidia released today a new beta application that is able to scan your computer for installed games then optimize their graphics settings automatically to give you the best gaming experience possible according to your machine specs.

The new tool, GeForce Experience, is able to detect and optimize a handful of supported games new games added to its catalogue continuously. Based on the computer’s CPU, GPU and screen resolution, GeForce Experience tunes advanced graphics options such as ambient occlusion, anisotropic filtering, depth of field and tessellation in order to produce the best possible image quality without having frame rates fall below 40 fps; and if this frame rate is not achievable, GeForce Experience does its best to get the highest frame rate possible.

GeForce Experience applies its performance tunings to the game’s config files directly without launching it or asking the player to perform any manual tasks beyond clicking the big green “Optimize” button in its dashboard.

The following games are already supported by GeForce Experience:
Assassin's Creed 3
Batman: Arkham City
Battlefield 3
Borderlands 2
Call of Duty: Black Ops 2
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3
CrossFire: Rival Factions
Crysis 2
Deus Ex Human Revolution
Diablo III
Dirt 3
Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
F1 2012
Fable III
Fallout New Vegas
Far Cry 3
Football Manager 2013
Hitman Absolution
League of Legends
Left 4 Dead 2
Mass Effect 3
Max Payne 3
Mechwarrior Online
Medal of Honor: Warfighter
Planetside 2
Portal 2
Shogun 2: Total War
Star Wars The Old Republic
StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty
Team Fortress 2
The Secret World
The Sims 3
The Sims Medieval
The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings
World Of Tanks
World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria

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They're not forcing anyone to

They're not forcing anyone to use this feature and I think it's a great idea from Nvidia. I hope AMD will release a similar thing sooner than later. But supporting a two dozens of games among the hundreds of regular pc games available is kind of limited. ARMA2 could benefice from this alot from tons of users I guess.

Tried it.

I tried it and it doesn't support any of my games, I guess I'm an old school ****. Would've been nice if it supported GTA4 because it runs like a pig on my 2500K+GTX460OC. I'm somewhat skeptical of this software though because I pretty much know how to optimize all my games myself like commandline.txt+nvidia manage 3d settings for GTA4.

no god no! anytime I see a

no god no! anytime I see a 'smart' automation app my life gets more stressfull because the POS behaves like anything but "smart". so PLEASE do NOT FORCE THIS UPON US! LEAVE THE OPTION TO TURN IT OFF! Nvidias applet has only been going down since geforce6800. gone are the days when you could use ONE screen to have multiple desktop/overlay profiles and you could actually see where & what profiles you had loaded or saved ... etc.

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