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RomanSoldiers

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if i put all my games on my server and then ran them from my gaming machine. would this work?? would i see latency??
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i don't think this will work
as the network is slower than internal Computer computing speed

that if the Gaming machine getting the data from server and Computing it internally

other than that if the Games are extremely remote on the server and you are using your Gaming Computer as
a controller (all of the calculation are Getting Done in the server and Only the I/o is sent to your computer) in that case it might Work i don't exactly how you are going to do it
but you can use Vteam to Control the server IDK

i tried once remote desktop connection for Playing Games extremely remote On 100Mb network
it was very slow and uncomfortable and only old game ran on it
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oh ok,
it was just an idea i was wanting to make one huge raid5 drive and store all info besides the os on it. but i guess ill have to split it up
thank you for your help
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i suppose this would work for movies either then?
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