If you're a PC gamer, you're unquestionably familiar with Nvidia, a company known for manufacturing powerful polygon-based games.
In fact, according to data collected by Jon Peddie Research, Nvidia commanded 17.5 percent of the GPU market in 2017, just nudging out its dedicated GPU rival, AMD, which sat at 14.4 percent. In short, there are lots of Nvidia GPUs in the hands of PC gamers-and, unfortunately, thirsty cryptominers.
If you have at least one Nvidia's gamer-centric do yourself a solid and download the Nvidia GeForce Experience desktop software. Nvidia GeForce Experience
Fun fact: I've had a Nvidia GeForce Experience installed in my gaming desktop for approximately two years, and (sadly) did not understand the depths of her. I'm so slept on the software, so I hope my discoveries will help you save the kingdom, knuckle down opponents, and blast your enemies into next week-and share those special moments with others.
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As for now, let's dig into the Nvidia GeForce Experience.