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RTX Cloud Gaming With the New AWS G4 Instances

Looking to roll your own RTX Enabled 4K 60FPS cloud gaming instance using the new AWS G4 instance, based on the NVIDIA Tesla T4 GPU? We have built a customized Powershell script, called the Parsec Cloud Preparation Tool. The Parsec Cloud Preparation tool will take your unconfigured Windows Server 2016 G4 instance and configure the […]

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Cloud Gaming For Publishers — How Dragonpunk Is Distributing Their ARK Mod With Parsec And AWS

At Parsec we believe that ownership of computers will phase out and be replaced with accessing powerful processing from the cloud. This will eliminate the constant upgrade cycle and replace expensive hardware that you buy with cheaper, lower-powered devices. Nowhere is this need more acute than in gaming. That’s why we believe cloud gaming is […]

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Cloud Gaming With The Amazon G3 Instances Featuring Tesla M60 GPUs — Now Supported In Parsec And…

http://www.nvidia.com/object/tesla-m60.html Amazon announced new GPU machines. Immediately, we wanted to add support for these in the Parsec Cloud Gaming Marketplace and via a Community AMI. The instructions for building the machines on your own are below. More Details About The AWS G3 Instances These cloud GPU machines are impressive and relatively inexpensive versus comparable machines […]

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Setting Up You Own Machine On The Cloud With Amazon Web Services And Parsec

This is an old article. For the most up-to-date version of this guide, please visit our Support page. Thanks! Parsec now manages GPU instances in the cloud for you to make cloud gaming a lot easier, but if you’d like to do it yourself using our AMI, please follow the instructions below. Also, if want to […]

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Latency And Bandwidth Availability Across The World Make Cloud Gaming A Real Possibility

We launched a beta version of our software a few weeks ago. Currently, Parsec makes it possible for PC gamers to play on their own machines remotely or access a cloud gaming machine that they set up in Amazon Web Services (AWS). In AWS, the gamer launches a graphics enabled GPU machine (g2.2xlarge) that runs […]