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Hi there.

I have a spare t410 poweredge lying around with 32gb ram and a pair of L5630 processors.

What im wondering is could I consolidate my gaming rigs by putting the gpu's and ssds into the t410 and loading it with a hypervisor so I could game from within a terminal??

That way I could run intel NUC's as the terminal and the poweredge to do the gaming??

is this a possibility??

Thanks.
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I know that this can be done with hardware passthrough w/ steam-in-home streaming. It just requires a special fake monitor adapter so that you can run it headless.
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