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    geforce experience issues

    any of you guys having bad luck with geforce experience on these notebooks. the program isnt finding the most updated drivers like it does on my desktop and its selection for game settings is waaayyyy to low for what my computer can handle.

    i love the program on my desktop pc but damn it barely works on my notebook!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsarver View Post
    any of you guys having bad luck with geforce experience on these notebooks. the program isnt finding the most updated drivers like it does on my desktop and its selection for game settings is waaayyyy to low for what my computer can handle.

    i love the program on my desktop pc but damn it barely works on my notebook!
    Not sure what the problem is?

    Is it the drivers you can't get to work or is the ASUS update you're talking about?
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    Do you mean the geforce experience app from NVIDEA? or ASUS LIVE UPDATE?

    I only had 1 time the problem that the hole programme didn’t work any more.
    further the settings they recommend for a game is very bad you can put settings much higher then they recommend

    ASUS LIVE UPDATE

    Isn't showing off the new updates for NiVIDIA or other programs i always have to download it from the ASUS website
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    im speaking about the nvidia app.

    it tells me my drivers are up to date on my lappy when my pc says they need updating..its like its not fetching the correct info

    the game settings suggestions are vastly less then what they should be too on the lappy but my pc seems to be spot on.

    weird

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    The settings do seem low on my G75VX. Not sure what they are trying to do such as getting 60fps or if are trying to hit a minimum frame rate, but for Bioshock Infinite it has everything off (AA, AO,shadows) and everything else is normal. Well I have everything on high/ultra and everything set to on and I never get lag. I'm coming from consoles and don't check the fps but everythings smooth and that's good enough for me. As for drivers I have the 314.22 so not sure about that part of the question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsarver View Post
    im speaking about the nvidia app.

    it tells me my drivers are up to date on my lappy when my pc says they need updating..its like its not fetching the correct info

    the game settings suggestions are vastly less then what they should be too on the lappy but my pc seems to be spot on.

    weird
    It might be because the NVIDIA laptop drivers are technically a different set versus the Desktop drivers. It's likely due to the complexities of laptop drivers and vendor specific cards.

    From testing on my G75 the suggested settings were correct for 'optimal' frame rates. However, many users will end up tweaking other settings or are OK with various drops below the optimal frame rate.

    The 'optimal' frame rate varies per game, with some games meeting a 30 FPS requirement and others a 60 FPS requirement. Because there's no standardization the tool is really only good as a starting point for further tweaking based on tastes

    The 660MX and 670MX are considered 'mid-range' and they perform as such.
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    I think you meant the 660m and 670m.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeroBarrier View Post
    I think you meant the 660m and 670m.
    G75VX is 6xxMX

    G75VW is 6xxM

    Should still have the same settings with GeForce experience
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    Yes, I know that. Just correcting what you said, 660mx (doesn't exist as far as I know)

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