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New GeForce Experience Version Fixes NVIDIA’s Shield Streamer Service Performance Issues

A couple of days ago, we informed you about the performance impact of NVIDIA’s Sheild Streaming service. By default, NVIDIA had enabled this service – even on settings that were not streaming videos to Shield devices – which ultimately had a performance impact on various PC configurations. Thankfully, NVIDIA has released a new version of GeForce Experience that fixes the performance issues caused by this service.

As NVIDIA notes, the new version of the GeForce Experience fixes a bug that was causing the NVIDIA Sheild Streamer Service to use excess CPU cycles on some PCs.

Here is the changelog for the GeForce Experience 2.4.3

• Bug fixes for intermittent user accounts and application crash issues.
• Fixed a bug that was causing the NVIDIA Streamer Service to use excess CPU cycles on some PCs.

Those interested can download this new version from here.

Kudos to our reader ‘Dante Murasaki’ for informing us!

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