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GeForce Experience Beta Adds 4K GameStream, 1080p60 Broadcast, and YouTube Live Streaming

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By default, “Start” will ask whether you wish to stream to YouTube or Twitch. You can change this behavior by opening the “Preferences” tab of GeForce Experience, and scrolling down to the “Broadcast” options.

Here you can select to automatically stream to YouTube or Twitch when clicking “Start” in the Share overlay, or you can select “Do not broadcast” to completely remove the Broadcast option from the overlay. You can also select the “Pause when switching apps” option to prevent your desktop being streamed when loading a new game or switching between windows and applications. Us History Essays 1080p 60 FPS Streaming

GeForce Experience added live streaming back in 2013, and since then the feature has been refined and updated with new functionality and options. Today, we’re adding the ability to stream at up to 1080p60 at 9 Mbit/s, increasing the maximum quality of GeForce Experience Twitch streams by a considerable degree.


To configure and stream to Twitch, follow the steps for YouTube above, and simply select “Twitch” instead when pressing “Start” in the “Broadcast” drop-down.

Automatic Access To Game Ready Drivers, The Latest News & Other Cool Stuff

With GeForce Experience you get automatic access to Game Ready drivers, which provide you with the ultimate gaming experience in the latest top titles.


In the new GeForce Experience Beta update we’re adding an email registration feature so we can better support and communicate with our users; the next time you download a Game Ready driver through GeForce Experience you’ll be asked for a verified email address. After that you’ll have instant access to drivers, will receive NVIDIA product news and announcements, and have the chance to win hardware, free game codes, early access to game betas, and other cool stuff.

GeForce Experience Beta: Now Even Better

In addition to the goodness listed above, there are over a dozen additional fixes, tweaks and changes in the new GeForce Experience beta release, which you can download automatically through the client itself, or manually from

To make these features even greater, we want your feedback. Tell us how easy the new additions were to use, tell us what you’d change or add, and what you’d like to see next in GeForce Experience update.

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