Do you want to know how to enable Nvidia Shield GameStream in GeForce Experience 3.2+ so you can stream Steam games? Then this is the video for you! Make sure you Subscribe https://www.youtube.com/TechWizTime?sub_confirmation=1
Nvidia Graphics Cards or GPU’s from GTX 650 onwards have a great feature locked away called Shield GameStream. It may be intended for Shield devices like the Shield Portable, Shield Tablet or Shield TV but Game Stream can also stream to non-shield devices too!
Follow this video that will show you how to download and install Nvidia GeForce Experience 3.2+ on your Windows Computer and then show you how to enable GameStream.
If you are interested in trying this on a Raspberry Pi, then make sure you check out:
Raspberry Pi 3 Steam Streaming With Moonlight
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2 thoughts on “How To Enable Nvidia Shield GameStream in GeForce Experience 3.2+”
Jon have you seen and tried this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uXJ6NmqpjqE – says you can enable shadowplay on ANY recent NV card… I wonder if that also means gamestream? I have a 1060 so it works for me anyway but I am thinking about some GT 1030s (I run multiple VMs with their own GPUs in the one box)…
Hey James. Gamestream as a feature requires a GTX card so the GT 1030 won’t be capable of streaming unfortunately.