The Witcher 3 Man streaming from Amazon Cloud Servers for 48 cents per hour




Larry Gadea, an engineer from San Francisco, is The Witcher 3 rotating managed to get an Amazon Web Services server after which he will stream the images to be fanless Macbook. The setup cost converted 48 cents per hour.

Gadea has very detailed instructions to get it working completely on its website. Overall, he installs Steam and The Witcher 3 on a server running Windows, after which he then streaming to be relatively weak Macbook game via a VPN in-home streaming function of Steam on. The cloud server uses an Nvidia Grid K520, a video card worth thousands of euros. The setup resembles a garden-and-kitchen-alternative to streaming services like OnLive. However, this service was taken over by Sony, and since April 30 this year from the air.

The result is that he can play The Witcher 3 with a very good latency and frame rate. A condition that Gadea has been suggested, is that the user near an Amazon data center should sit. While the instructions are very extensive, Gadea has also prepared a simplified guide down his message. This allows players “as rapidly as possible the new GTA games.”


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