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Wednesday, November 10, 2010
NVIDIA Launches GeForce.com


Owners of NVIDIA?s GeForce graphics cards may be interested to check out Nvidia' s new web page, the GeForce.com.

GeForce.com is a new website from NVIDIA designed to be a one-stop shop for GeForce users to get everything they do from and for their GPU. The site provides drivers and get feedback in order to optimize their gaming performance using the "Optimal Playable Settings (OPS)" for a specific game. So far, 10 GeForce GPUs are supported, 17 games, and 3 screen resolutions. This is just the beta for V1 but you can expect NVIDIA to expand on this going forward. GeForce.com can detect your GPU and will display information regarding your GPU such as whether it supports DirectX 11 or not or whether it supports NVIDIA?S 3D Vision. The site also includes information about the latest GeForce hardware, news for all-things GeForce related including games, GeForce product reviews, games, apps. demos and benchmarks. Last but not least, forums are available to discuss GeForce, Gaming and DirectX 11

GeForce.com is available for folks in the U.S. currently.


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