Do you use Geforce Experience?

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#1 Posted by slipknot0129 (5481 posts) -

Ive been using it to set my graphics settings and its been perfect for that. No guess work about it anymore. Its seems to have been getting better as of late.

Do you use it?

#2 Posted by metroid5 (927 posts) -

no.

#3 Posted by IxX3xil3d0n3XxI (1508 posts) -

I do.

#4 Edited by RavenWolf (6 posts) -

Yes i do.

#5 Posted by Lpedraja2002 (140 posts) -

I have it installed and I used it once after I found my sweet spot in Batman Arkham City and just laughed when the damn thing wanted to max out all of my graphics settings which made the game perform like shit, well not really but way below 60fps, more in the 30's range.

#6 Posted by C_Rule (9739 posts) -

Yes and I still get my mum to tie my shoe laces.

#7 Posted by FelipeInside (25034 posts) -

Nah, don't even install it when I update my drivers.

It's good for people that don't want to mess with settings or don't know what those settings mean, and it does an ok job 90% of the time, but I know what I'm doing in the advanced options so I do it manually.

#8 Posted by undeadgoon (597 posts) -

Used it once with rift... it put all setting to max and all the sliders up, then i had massive fps drop when i was in a big fight or world event.

Now i just decide what setting i need as it didnt work out for me..

#9 Posted by kraken2109 (12950 posts) -

No

#10 Posted by ShepardCommandr (2121 posts) -

lol no.

If i can't max out a game i refuse to play it.Simple as that.

#11 Posted by FelipeInside (25034 posts) -

lol no.

If i can't max out a game i refuse to play it.Simple as that.

That's a bit excessive. Most games look great (and the same as max) with some settings not maxed out.

#12 Posted by Curlyfrii87 (14902 posts) -

Yes, I've been using it as of late. It works very well with most games.

Metro Last light was the last game i optimized with it, and it was beautiful... So much so that i didn't even go tinker with the settings.

#13 Posted by vfibsux (4205 posts) -

Welcome to Elitistspot.

#14 Posted by PernicioEnigma (5271 posts) -

Nope, I prefer to manually set my graphics settings.

#15 Posted by FelipeInside (25034 posts) -
#17 Posted by KHAndAnime (13144 posts) -

I just set it myself. Graphics options is something I'd never let something or someone else set for it. I know exactly what settings I would want to turn down if I desired more FPS.

#18 Edited by lostrib (31519 posts) -

No, I don't really see the point

#19 Edited by Elann2008 (32953 posts) -

It's one of those custom options i immediately "unchecked" every time I install new geforce drivers. I'd prefer to do things manually on my on terms, all the time.

#20 Posted by roulettethedog (10927 posts) -

No. If a game stutters, I know how to adjust the settings.

#21 Posted by Postmortem123 (7566 posts) -

I use it to update my drivers.

#22 Posted by DefconRave (547 posts) -

Is useful to update drivers, its game settings profiles are quite inaccurate though.

#23 Edited by Gaming-Planet (13704 posts) -

I don't use it other than to update my drivers because I'm lazy like that.

It's great for casual PC gamers. I know what my hardware is capable of since I purchased it for my needs.

#24 Edited by Renevent42 (5009 posts) -

I have it installed and use it to update my drivers, but I don't use it to adjust any settings in the games I have installed.

#25 Posted by redskins26rocs (2674 posts) -

If it is anything like AMDs Raptr app I would not have it.

#26 Posted by jm92590 (368 posts) -

I use it to update drivers, and I'll let it optimize my games, but I usually tinker 1-2 settings around once I'm in the game though. Really is convenient for updating drivers though!

#27 Posted by PernicioEnigma (5271 posts) -

It's one of those custom options i immediately "unchecked" every time I install new geforce drivers. I'd prefer to do things manually on my on terms, all the time.

Yep, along with all the 3D bullsh*t.

#28 Posted by Code135 (795 posts) -

I remember using it once and frames dropped to 40 down from 60 because of that ... not gonna bother using it again. If you're 10 years old though and don't know how to configure your settings and your daddy isn't around then yeah, probably it would be helpful.

#29 Posted by The_Capitalist (10838 posts) -

I do. It's a good way to get automatic driver updates, but other than that, I don't use its other functions.

#30 Edited by --Thomas-- (920 posts) -

I tried using it, but it never got the settings right, so I got rid of it.

#31 Posted by davidsb16 (9 posts) -