NVIDIA released update 1.71 for Geforce Experience, early morning today. The update added a few tweaks to the software and also added support for Call of Duty: Ghosts. The update also removes the CPU restriction for the use of ShadowPlay technology, allowing the AMD owners to utilize the technology as well.
Gefore Experience is a very useful piece of software released by NVIDIA. It automatically notifies the users about the latest driver released by NVIDIA. It automatically detects the user’s hardware and optimizes the game accordingly, so that it runs smoothly on the system. It can also record the favorite gameplay moments of the user, with minimal load on the system. It lets the NVIDIA Shield owners to stream their favorite PC games on the protable gaming device. The software is most useful for the gamers who opt not to mess with the games setting themselves, as the software compiles the complete list of games installed on one’s PC and automatically optimizes them all with a single click of a button.
Here’s the complete update note of Gefore Experience update 1.71:
- Improved connectivity for NVIDIA GameStream
- Removes CPU restrictions for ShadowPlay™
- ShadowPlay™ videos can now be saved with in paths containing non-Latin characters
- Fixes an error that causes the app to report 0GB of available memory
- Increase the list of supported games.
It will be interesting to see how well the software optimizes Call of Duty: Ghosts. Most of the gamers have been facing frame rate issues even on capable systems and have been eagerly awaiting a fix.