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Steam Link is essentially streaming rendered gameplay and user input back and forth between multiple devices. This will require a reasonable amount of network bandwidth but more importantly, stable and low latency. It's not likely that you'll experience bandwidth related issues as a result of using power line networking so we'll concentrate on latency. ...
There is no way to "boost", "improve" your network, if a software claims that it can, be suspicious !
Understanding Lag Lag does not necessarily mean that you have insufficient broadband. When a server and a client communicate, they send so called packages to each other. They are of a certain size, which can actually be changed within Windows or you Router. That is also called MTU. The actual "lag" or "latency" is the time those packages need from your ...
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