NVIDIA’s New GeForce Ex­pe­ri­ence Beta Up­dated with New Fea­tures

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Users of NVIDIA’s graph­ics cards and the GeForce Ex­pe­ri­ence Beta soft­ware will be treated to some new and up­dated fea­tures.

The lat­est up­date of the GeForce Ex­pe­ri­ence Beta will pro­vide users with en­hance­ments for game stream­ing and broadcasting ser­vices. With the new beta, GeForce graph­ics cards own­ers will now be able to stream their fa­vorite game ti­tles to their TV in full 4K res­o­lu­tion at 60 fps, and with sup­port for 5.1 sur­round sound. Now, this may sound ex­cit­ing, but to do this, NVIDIA said that you’ll need (at the very least) an GeForce GTX 980 Ti and In­tel Core i7 CPU, an NVIDIA SHIELD An­droid TV, a 4K TV (ob­vi­ously), as well as a fast and steady con­nec­tion.

But the most prom­i­nent up­date of the beta is the abil­ity for users to now broad­cast their game­play on YouTube Live in 1080p at 60 fps. That’s right, NVIDIA has ex­panded its broadcasting op­tions to in­clude sup­port for Google’s live stream­ing ser­vice along­side their di­rect com­peti­tor, Twitch. On that note, Twitch users will be glad to know that they have also been given the same treat­ment and will now be able to broad­cast their video in 1080p at 60 fps as well.

Last but not least, NVIDIA also promised beta users that the ser­vice will also pro­vide them with Game Ready driv­ers that will be avail­able for NVIDIA-sup­ported ti­tles on the game’s launch day. How­ever, users will need to reg­is­ter them­selves for th­ese Game Ready driv­ers with a valid email ad­dress for ver­i­fi­ca­tion. NVIDIA expects this ser­vice to be of­fi­cial some­time in De­cem­ber.

The GeForce Ex­pe­ri­ence Beta now al­lows you to broad­cast game­play footage to YouTube Live, and in 1080p at 60 fps.

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