(2013-10-09 17:35)poplap Wrote: That wasn't steam streaming that was nvidia's software doing screen capture and input capture. Steam now has its own system for streaming, which is not affiliated with nvidia's (not to say they may not be one in the same sense valve has worked with nvidia on this). They have already stated all you need is steam to use the streaming so my guess it's no to nvidia only (valve would be making a huge mistake if it was and they would know that).
Good to know, wasn't sure as they are working close together and I am sure nvidia wants to do something given the AMD console deals.
(2013-10-09 17:35)poplap Wrote: When they announced the specs for their steam machines they also a little bit if a tease:
Valve Wrote:Many of those users would like to have a way to bridge the gap into the living room without giving up their existing hardware and without spending lots of money. We think that's a great goal, and we're working on ways to use our in-home streaming technology to accomplish it - we'll talk more about that in the future.
This sounds like an ARM system or maybe a nuc at the very least (hoping for ARM), but ether way it sound interesting.
found something that seems to address what we are talking about.... Good timing.
Nvidia not exclusive
looks like intel will be supported too... So a NUC would seem possible.