Seven days ago Alienware announced and demod its new Concept Nyx gaming server arrangement. It's a container that's intended to let different PC games be streamed to other gadgets and played at the same time.
Presently, we've just seen a couple of reactions to hands-on demos, and there's almost no information about what's actually in the crate. Reaching out to Dell, we had a portion of our inquiries concerning Concept Nyx answered by David Zavelson from the company's Experience Innovation Group. Alienware is keeping very hush-hush about what's in the engine of Concept Nyx, however we managed to get a few clarification about certain aspects of the game streaming arrangement.
Sadly, as before stated we actually don't have a clue what the actual specs for Concept Nyx are nevertheless that's largely because Dell is as yet exploring different avenues regarding those aspects. Zavelson explained there are many facets that are meeting up, both in hardware and software.
"The iteration we have showcased expands on center Dell and Alienware gaming platform expertise however has been planned in tandem with the Concept Nyx software stack for an alternate class of game streaming encounters than anything that exists today."
Given there are current demos a ballpark or even approximate cost would be great however with all the current changes and challenges of the market it makes sense Dell is staying quiet about this.
Zavelson also clarified the plan behind Concept Nyx. We accepting it as one PC to replace four, which it is as it were yet for those wanting the absolute top level gaming PC experience, a dedicated PC is the way to go over something lik