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Originally Posted by Rocozaur View Post


Geforce Experience v2.11.4 Direct Download Link
Install -> lock down any sort of auto updates on drivers etc., and when you end up seeing the splash screen that forces you to install the new 3.0 version, refuse the installation and go to this folder:
And rename the setup executable with whatever keyboard mashing method you like.
That will keep your GFE 2.X version intact and you will no longer be forced to update it. thumb.gif


^ This is what I've done. Thank you for the link.

The ONLY thing I am interested in using GFE for is for Shadowplay recording. Has anyone figured out a way to use the GFE 3.x shadowplay recording without having to register/login? Don't want to spark a debate but it's my personal preference to NOT have personal information collected about me simply because I started my computer and/or GFE.

This is really disgusting that internet users are just sacks of milk...each day (knowing, or UNKNOWINGLY) someone adds a new udder. Farming us for data.. Just look at this... It's monitoring what you do and sharing it with others.
This is not the entire EULA, but stands out (Click to show)

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Seriously??!? I bought a video card... I play games with the video card or utilize it professionally. GFE is installed AUTOMATICALLY when you install the drives unless you specifically de-select it. This should be illegal invasion of privacy.. all because I want to record my gameplay, stream my handheld or tweak my games??

NVIDIA is far from the only one to do this.. older software is starting to become internet gems for those who simply want to be left ALONE out of principal....

Always read before you accept


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I've created a simple batch file placed into my STARTUP folder each time I log on:
Code:
@ECHO OFF
IF EXIST C:\"ProgramData"\"NVIDIA Corporation"\"GeForce Experience"\Update\SETUP.EXE DEL C:\"ProgramData"\"NVIDIA Corporation"\"GeForce Experience"\Update\SETUP.EXE

Go to your startup folder
Create a new text file (notepad) called BlockGFE3.TXT
Paste the code into notepad
save the file
the last step is to rename the file's extension from. BlockGFE3.TXT to BlockGFE3.BAT (show extensions for files if you have them hidden)
now each time you log on it will remove the automatic update from NVIDIA attempting to upgrade you from 2.x (no login required) to 3.x (login required)

This info is well known I didn't come up with it but wanted to make a quick little one stop shop. -
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See this thread also
http://www.overclock.net/t/1604891/toms-nvidia-s-geforce-experience-beta-gets-significant-ui-overhaul-now-requires-login
Edited by Laithan - 4/14/17 at 3:24pm
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...Why... would anyone even use this crap? Doesn't everyone extract NVidia driver downloaded and removed ALL folders other than Display, HDAudio, NVI2, and PhysX (+ possible 3D stuff) ???
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Pretty sure most people don't extract the exe...
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The ONLY thing I am interested in using GFE for is for Shadowplay recording. Has anyone figured out a way to use the GFE 3.x shadowplay recording without having to register/login? Don't want to spark a debate but it's my personal preference to NOT have personal information collected about me simply because I started my computer and/or GFE.

Just use a dummy account.
At no point they said "only use one account for the rest of your life" in either google or whatever email service.
I don't get people who think they just have to use their personal "highly private" google account for everything (like its private anyway...). I have a couple of 15+ years old yahoo accounts I direct every crap I don't care about to them. That includes GFE.
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...Why... would anyone even use this crap? Doesn't everyone extract NVidia driver downloaded and removed ALL folders other than Display, HDAudio, NVI2, and PhysX (+ possible 3D stuff) ???

You don't need to "remove" anything.
When you install the drivers off their site, you can just do a custom install and select only the display drivers.
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Honestly, the main point is being missed here... once you "log in" you're subjected to the details in the EULA (you start sharing your personal information every time you boot your PC assuming GFE auto-starts). Does that not bother people? Using a dummy account is I hope obvious but is truly irrelevant anyway.. The "signature" is still yours.. There are complex algorithms used to identify individuals and they don't need your name to identify you.. it's only ONE or MANY things used to identify an individual (your IP address might as well be your name) and more of a "bonus" to just make it easier for them.


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Please don't think that you can simply use a fake name and "bypass" or become "immune" to the advanced telemetry used here. That would honestly be quite naive.
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Shadowplay. It's the best recording tool on the market with minimal performance hit.

It's been proven that ReLive is better, juts waiting on a high-end AMD card.
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It's been proven that ReLive is better, juts waiting on a high-end AMD card.

 

Proven?  ReLive doesn't even work at times, just like how Freesync won't work at times.  Heck I've had drivers break Freesync/ReLive randomly.

 

Shadowplay also higher bit rate options.

 

Performance wise (FPS loss), they trade blows.  The only thing that Relive consistently does better is the higher Audio Codec.


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Honestly, the main point is being missed here... once you "log in" you're subjected to the details in the EULA (you start sharing your personal information every time you boot your PC assuming GFE auto-starts). Does that not bother people? Using a dummy account is I hope obvious but is truly irrelevant anyway.. The "signature" is still yours.. There are complex algorithms used to identify individuals and they don't need your name to identify you.. it's only ONE or MANY things used to identify an individual (your IP address might as well be your name) and more of a "bonus" to just make it easier for them.


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Please don't think that you can simply use a fake name and "bypass" or become "immune" to the advanced telemetry used here. That would honestly be quite naive.

While I get how they can get some of the information (like browser history, games installed, etc), unless you are using Facebook to login, you don't share any personal information with them.

Also this is good when I'm separating my gaming rig with my every day and working rig.
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Shadowplay is the only reason to download this crap. Fraps died the day Shadowplay was birthed.
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Shadowplay is fast but quality of encoding is really poor. Custom x264 presets on cpu will still beat it really hard.
If you're on a budget it makes sense, if you have a nice and expensive build with a powerful cpu you can just go with OBS.
     
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