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Shadow PC on tinkerboard
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I've been using ShadowPC for a while - it's a cloud based PC gaming service.
They basically give you access to a full windows 10 install on a 256GB SSD / 12GB / GTX 1080,
and with their software it streams well enough for games.

https://shadow.tech/gben

Now I've been using it for gaming, and just as a general faster PC, using my laptop as the client.
You can flip straight to using your android or IOS phone even mid game too...

I've just tried the client on Tinkerboard/Android by installing via the play store and found it works great.
[play store on android : https://tinkerboarding.co.uk/forum/thread-1204.html ]

So I might end up with a few tinkerboards attached to TVs just for this !
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thank you for the info, you play with which controller?
French

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Hi Everyone , Just a irreverent and random question here But seems like any expert can help me out here I have recently purchased a Toshiba satellite machine, I has no SSD Pre installed. But Is has Nvidia Graphics card installed 4gb dedicated. The thing is I am a gammer, I need everything to be perfectly Fine and sound. I have search a lot about which is best ssd with nvidia graphics performence or which is the best these days. drivestoragesolutions dot com was offering SSD on sale, but again i am pretty counfused that which one should i go with? Also What should be the size of SSD drive as i have heard that bigger sized ssd are slower than the small sized ones? Exclamation
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