NVIDIA GeForce Experience Share available in beta, giving gamers early access to new Share features ahead of general public release.
NVIDIA said GameStream co-op will let you stream games over the internet and let you play “just as if your friend was sitting in the chair next to you.” You will be able to invite friends who most likely would require a GFE-compatible graphics card and share access as well. You will then be able to stream it over the internet so that your friends can watch you play or join you for co-op play.
Other features of NVIDIA GeForce Experience Share available in Beta include YouTube integration and an in-game overlay allowing “in-game access to your favorite features,” such as Nvidia’s Shadowcast and Twitch broadcasting. You can also save the last 5 to 20 minutes of game play at a resolution of up to 4K with very little performance hit.
What are the system requirements to take advantage of the NVIDIA GeForce Experience Share available in Beta?
Requirements for Host PC:
Desktop: GeForce GTX 650 or higher
Notebook: At least Non-Optimus Notebook with GeForce GTX 660M
GPU driver: 355.60 or higher
CPU: Intel i3-2100 3.1GHz or higher
RAM: Minimum 4 GB
Operating System: Windows 7, 8 or 10
Minimum: 802.11 a/g router
Recommended: 8.02.11n 5Ghz router or Ethernet
Recommended Network Bandwidth: 7 Mbps upstream
Games: At least DirectX 9 games running in Fullscreen exclusive mode
Requirements for Guest PC:
GPU: No minimum requirement
Recommended Network Bandwidth: 7 Mbps downstream
Rest all the requirements are same
With the NVIDIA GeForce Experience Share available in Beta, the company aims to get feedback from the gamers so that they can enhance the experience and remove any glitches before the official launch. You get it on their official website.