Game streaming gives you the ability to enjoy your favourite PC games powered by GeForce® GTX video cards on your UNIBOX device. You can quickly enter gaming by engaging the Moonlight app on your UNIBOX’s “HOME” screen. Game streaming technology allows you to experience fast and smooth graphics up to 60 FPS in High Definition.
CPU: Intel Core i5 at 3.1GHz or AMD Athlon at 2.8 or higher (recommended Intel i7 7920)
GPU: GeForce GTX 650 or higher / GTX 700M or higher
RAM: 8GB or higher
OS: Windows 7 or higher
NVIDIA Software: Latest GeForce Display drivers and GeForce Experience
Network: Ethernet connection with 5GHz 802.11ac router
NETWORK: Ethernet connection with 5GHz 802.11ac router
TV/MONITOR: 1080p60Hz display or higher
CONFIGURING GAME STREAMING ON PC
Install the latest GeForce drivers from http://www.geforce.com/drivers.
Launch GeForce Experience from your Desktop.
Log in to your GeForce Experience account. If you do not have an account please register at https://account.nvidia.com/ to obtain one as it is necessary to start streaming.
Once you have been logged into GeForce Experience, please navigate to the “Settings” section and click on SHIELD. Please enable “GAMESTREAM” switch.
You are now ready to to access games from your UNIBOX device.
CONFIGURING GAME STREAMING ON UNIBOX
• Please navigate to the “GAMES” section on your UNIBOX’s “HOME” screen and click on Moonlight application.
• You will be presented with the following screen below. If you have successfully completed “CONFIGURING GAME STREAMING ON PC” above you should see a monitor on your right side as the picture below which is your computer name. Click on it using your remote control by pressing “OK” button.
• You will get a prompt to enter the provided PIN number into GeForce Experience on your PC. Please enter the provided PIN into the window box on your PC (there will be a prompt) and click on “Connect”
• You should be now able to see all of your PC games from your GeForce Experience.
Please see the video below explaining how to initiate game streaming: