GPU Hosting for Streaming and Gaming, Streaming GPU Server

GPU server for streaming and gaming means that you will rent a dedicated server for live broadcast without purchasing hardware. You can connect to the GPU server remotely, install live broadcast software and games, and use Nvidia Broadcast to improve the quality of live streams.

Choose GPU Server Plans for Streaming and Gaming

This service allows streamers to take advantage of the powerful parallel processing capabilities of GPUs to enhance their live streams, with features such as high-quality video encoding, real-time graphics rendering, and smooth playback.

Express GPU - P620

59.00/mo
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  • 32GB RAM
  • Eight-Core Xeon E5-2670report
  • 120GB + 960GB SSD
  • 100Mbps-1Gbpsreport
  • OS: Windows / Linux
  • GPU: Nvidia Quadro P620
  • Microarchitecture: Pascal
  • Max GPUs: 1
  • CUDA Cores: 512
  • GPU Memory: 2GB GDDR5
  • FP32 Performance: 1.5 TFLOPSreport

Basic GPU - T1000

99.00/mo
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  • 64GB RAM
  • Eight-Core Xeon E5-2690report
  • 120GB + 960GB SSD
  • 100Mbps-1Gbpsreport
  • OS: Windows / Linux
  • GPU: Nvidia Quadro T1000
  • Microarchitecture: Turing
  • Max GPUs: 1
  • CUDA Cores: 896
  • GPU Memory: 8GB GDDR6
  • FP32 Performance: 2.5 TFLOPSreport

Basic GPU - GTX 1650

99.00/mo
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  • 64GB RAM
  • Eight-Core Xeon E5-2667v3report
  • 120GB + 960GB SSD
  • 100Mbps-1Gbpsreport
  • OS: Windows / Linux
  • GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650
  • Microarchitecture: Turing
  • Max GPUs: 1
  • CUDA Cores: 896
  • GPU Memory: 4GB GDDR5
  • FP32 Performance: 3.0 TFLOPSreport
  • Good Choice for Android Emulators, Streaming, Video Editing, 3D Rendering, Gaming .etc
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Basic GPU - RTX 4060

104.3/mo
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  • 64GB RAM
  • Eight-Core E5-2690report
  • 120GB SSD + 960GB SSD
  • 100Mbps-1Gbpsreport
  • OS: Windows / Linux
  • GPU: Nvidia GeForece RTX 4060
  • Microarchitecture: Ada Lovelace
  • Max GPUs: 2report
  • CUDA Cores: 3072
  • Tensor Cores: 96
  • GPU Memory: 8GB GDDR6
  • FP32 Performance: 15.11 TFLOPSreport
  • Powerful for Gaming, Streaming, Video Editing, Emulators, Rendering.

    Cost-Effective Choice for AI, Deep Learning.

Advanced GPU - RTX 3060 Ti

179.00/mo
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  • 128GB RAM
  • Dual 12-Core E5-2697v2report
  • 240GB SSD + 2TB SSD
  • 100Mbps-1Gbpsreport
  • OS: Windows / Linux
  • GPU: GeForce RTX 3060 Ti
  • Microarchitecture: Ampere
  • Max GPUs: 2report
  • CUDA Cores: 4864
  • Tensor Cores: 152
  • GPU Memory: 8GB GDDR6
  • FP32 Performance: 16.2 TFLOPSreport

Advanced GPU - A4000

209.00/mo
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  • 128GB RAM
  • Dual 12-Core E5-2697v2report
  • 240GB SSD + 2TB SSD
  • 100Mbps-1Gbpsreport
  • OS: Windows / Linux
  • GPU: Nvidia Quadro RTX A4000
  • Microarchitecture: Ampere
  • Max GPUs: 2report
  • CUDA Cores: 6144
  • Tensor Cores: 192
  • GPU Memory: 16GB GDDR6
  • FP32 Performance: 19.2 TFLOPSreport
  • Good Choice for 3D Rendering, Video Editing, AI/Deep Learning, Data Science, etc
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Advanced GPU - A5000

242.1/mo
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  • 128GB RAM
  • Dual 12-Core E5-2697v2report
  • 240GB SSD + 2TB SSD
  • 100Mbps-1Gbpsreport
  • OS: Windows / Linux
  • GPU: Nvidia Quadro RTX A5000
  • Microarchitecture: Ampere
  • Max GPUs: 2report
  • CUDA Cores: 8192
  • Tensor Cores: 256
  • GPU Memory: 24GB GDDR6
  • FP32 Performance: 27.8 TFLOPSreport

Enterprise GPU - RTX 4090

409.00/mo
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  • 256GB RAM
  • Dual 18-Core E5-2697v4report
  • 240GB SSD + 2TB NVMe + 8TB SATA
  • 100Mbps-1Gbpsreport
  • OS: Windows / Linux
  • GPU: GeForce RTX 4090
  • Microarchitecture: Ada Lovelace
  • Max GPUs: 1
  • CUDA Cores: 16,384
  • Tensor Cores: 512
  • GPU Memory: 24 GB GDDR6X
  • FP32 Performance: 82.6 TFLOPSreport
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How to Select a Streaming Dedicated Server

Brand Selection
Brand Selection
The companies manufacturing GPU chips include Nvidia, AMD, EVGA, ASUS, MSI, and Gigabyte. Nvidia has a larger market share. EVGA card may be more expensive because it is more of a high-end brand, while a Gigabyte card is more budget-friendly.
Ray Tracing
Ray Tracing
The newer GPUs feature ray tracing. Ray tracing creates more realistic in-game lighting effects. This does have an impact on the overall graphics of games that use ray tracing. GPU with ray tracing function usually has an "RTX" label in the product name.
GPU Memory
GPU Memory
Most GPUs are equipped with up to 12 GB of video memory. Some newer cards, such as the Nvidia RTX A5000, come with up to 24 GB of video memory. The higher the memory, the higher the resolution you can play.
Clock Speed
Clock Speed
The clock speed affects the frame rate that your GPU can produce. The higher the clock speed, the higher the frame rate of the game.
GPU Cooling
GPU Cooling
Since the GPU emits a lot of heat, it is important to have enough fans to cool the GPU. If the GPU is running very hot, we will ensure that the rest of the PC has enough fans to keep the temperature cool.
Stable Power Supply
Stable Power Supply
Each GPU has the recommended minimum power in watts. The power supply in the data center must comply with this requirement because it powers not only your GPUs but the entire PC and all its components.

How to Start a Live Broadcast Using the GPU Dedicated Server

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Remotely connect to you GPU server.
step2
Install live broadcast software and Nvidia Broadcast.
step3
Install your games for live broadcast.
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Start live broadcast and always stay online.

Massive Live Broadcast Platforms Supported by GPU Server Rental

Discord
OBS Studio
Streamlabs
XSplit Broadcaster
XSplit Gamecaster
Twitch Studio
Zoom
Slack
Skype
YouTube
Notch
AVerMedia
Geforce RTX

The Latest GPU RTX Server to Help You with Streaming

In streaming GPUs, you need to look for high VRAM and high-quality built-in coding (NVENC). When you stream, this will relieve the pressure on your GPU and make it easier. In addition to the built-in encoder, DLSS is a great feature that allows video cards to run games at a very high resolution.

Because of new functions such as DLSS and encoder, GPU streaming media is becoming easier and easier, and most modern video cards are using such functions.

FAQs of GPU Server Rental for Streaming and Gaming

With GPU hosting, streamers can focus on delivering their content and engaging with their audience while leaving the technical details to the hosting provider.

Do you need a graphics card for streaming?

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You do not need the GPU for streaming because streaming takes up more CPU in most cases. However, the content that your CPU can stream is limited, so you ultimately need a GPU. Without a dedicated GPU, streaming games with better graphics is difficult.

How does the GPU affect streaming and gaming?

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Modern GPUs have built-in encoding, which makes streaming easier for them. The built-in encoder allows the GPU to stream games without affecting the actual gameplay. Most new NVIDIA GPUs also come with DLSS, which uses deep learning to improve the quality of high-resolution graphics without affecting FPS.
Your streaming software will probably let you choose between using CPU and GPU. In short, if you have an NVIDIA card, you will be able to stream using its built-in encoder. If you have an AMD card, you may want to use your CPU for streaming because the AMD encoder is not so good.
Whether you use GPU or CPU for encoding, your GPU will determine the quality of the graphics and their display effect on streaming media.

AMD and NVIDIA: Which is more suitable for streaming and gaming?

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Thanks to NVENC coding, NVIDIA is more suitable for streaming transmission. The encoder works well with the most popular streaming media platform (Switch) and program (OBS). The new NVIDIA card is also equipped with DLSS technology, which uses deep learning to improve graphics, making it easier to stream at high resolution.
The consensus of most streaming media and game players is that the NVIDIA card is more suitable for streaming media because NVENC is very powerful. If your CPU is very powerful, you can set OBS to use your CPU for coding. In this case, AMD cards can work well. CPU-encoded streaming media is actually of higher quality, but most people still use NVIDIA's NVENC when streaming media because ordinary streaming media is easier to use.
Database Mart provides multiple dedicated server plans and VPS plans with Nvidia GPU for streaming and gaming.

Will the video card / GPU affect your live broadcast?

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The video card will affect your live broadcast in many ways. First, it visually affects your flow. If you are using a low-end GPU, you must turn down the graphics settings for the game. In addition, you may not be able to reach 60 frames per second, which will adversely affect your flow. If you have a better GPU, you will be able to achieve the target frame rate of 60 and increase the in-game settings, which will have a beneficial impact on your audience.
Finally, the Series RTX GPUs or newer GPUs can also encode your video for your streams, which can offload some workload from your CPU and produce more stable streams.
Choose a suitable video card streaming server for live broadcast based on GPU specifications.

Can a good GPU improve your game?

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Compared with any other PC component, a good GPU will have the greatest impact on your gaming experience. This is why most of your PC budget should be allocated to GPUs. The GPU is responsible for rendering textures, polygons and graphics in the game. Better GPU will enable you to obtain higher frame rate, more realistic graphics, higher resolution, and better and more enjoyable overall gaming experience.

How does GPU RAM affect games?

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If the textures and images you are trying to run overload the GPU's vRAM, the overflow will enter the system RAM, which will significantly affect performance negatively. The video will still render, but the frame rate will drop significantly. For this reason, higher vRAM is essential for advanced 4K games.

What can I do with streaming GPU hosting?

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By using GPU hosting for streaming, streamers can avoid the high costs and maintenance requirements of owning and operating their dedicated hardware. The service is accessible from anywhere with an internet connection, making it an ideal solution for streamers who want to deliver a professional-quality broadcast to a global audience.