One more feature AMD showed at its GPU 14 event in Hawaii, a direct response to Nvidia’s GeForce Experience service. It was presented by the gaming celebrity and founder of Raptr, Dennis “Thresh” Fong (“the Michael Jordan of video games”) who was also one of the co-founders of X-Fire, an instant messenger and social networking site for gamers.
Gaming Evolved is an application developed by Raptr. Its basically the same thing, and it chooses the best possible or optimal settings for your gaming experience based on the hardware you have. It uses user data that is collected using Raptr’s service in order to determine optimal in game settings for any PC configuration.
Once you install AMD’s Gaming Evolved application, it detects all of the games you have installed on your hard drive, your hardware as well as the resolution of your monitor. Once you start the game, it will start monitoring your FPS and will create a performance chart which will be combined with the data in Raptr’s cloud service. The application is currently available in its Beta state at Raptr.