ENHANCING THE EXPERIENCE
NVIDIA’s New GeForce Experience Beta Updated with New Features
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.