External GPU’s – A Good Solution for Linux Gaming? Everything You’ll Need to Know

Imagine a future where your ultraportable notebook can morph into a gaming machine while docked at your desk. You don’t have to imagine it – it’s possible right now by utilizing an External GPU (eGPU). But unfortunately, Thunderbolt is a confusing pain. And many noteboook vendors are jerks. In the LearnLinuxTV guide to eGPU’s, this concept will be demystified, and you’ll learn everything you’ll need to know in order to use an External GPU.

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The Polaris 15 and 17 from Tuxedo Computers: Full Review

Tuxedo Computers sent over both the 15″ and 17″ versions of their new 3rd-gen Polaris notebook, and in this video I’ll review both! I’ll compare the two models side-by-side, and I’ll give you my thoughts.

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The Tuxedo Stellaris 15 – Linux Gaming Notebook Review

The Stellaris 15 by Tuxedo Computers is a gaming notebook with some serious power. With a choice between Intel/AMD CPUs, a powerful NVidia GPU, this notebook aims to help you get your work done and also enable you to play some games. In this video, I give this notebook a full review.

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Setting up a Windows to Linux Game Streaming Server

There are many tweaks, hacks, and work-arounds for forcing Windows games to run on Linux. In this video, I’ll add another potential option to the list – a game streaming server! Streaming games isn’t necessarily a new idea, but in this video, I’ll show off a server build that I set up recently that allows me to stream Windows games to my Linux PCs. And who knows, another YouTuber might also make an appearance!

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