Do you know how to stream a picture directly to your Shield tablet? Well, it turns out that she sips some of the performance of the card -NVIDIA On your computer - and there's a solution, too
If you have an NVIDIA video card, you're probably familiar with the GeForce Experience - the "center of interest" that has been coming with the company's drivers for the past two years and offers information on new updates launched, general information about your hardware, provides profiles with best settings for supported games With them installed on the system, you can capture video, as well as direct video streaming to Shield products Of the green manufacturer (if you have one).
Now it turns out that the same video streaming capability, called GameStream, is enabled at the system level by default whether you have a compatible product or not - and steals some of the CPU's resources in your system. By using one of countless Reddit forums, There is a fairly simple solution to the problem, which requires access to the Windows services menu (WinKey + R, and then typing 'services.msc' in the pop-up window)NVIDIA Streamer Service, which should be enabled by default, stop and disable it.
This should leave your general processor alone, and add (according to network evidence) about 5 percent to the overall performance of the system. Five percent is not a huge addition and probably will not make the difference from a title that is only grinding to a title that suddenly works flawlessly, but for our performance enthusiasts who are used to fighting every extra megahertz and every other point in the performance test - this is definitely a nice bonus.
Have you canceled the rebellious process? Do you have any findings about the added performance or lack of performance? Tell us about your conclusions in the reactions.