Can I stream steam games from my AMD GPU- powered computer to a raspberry pi?

It looks like this is possible with an Nvidia GPU, but I'm not sure if I'll be able to do this with my AMD based card. Everything I've found online seems fairly dated, and I was wondering if there have been any updates to this.

Thanks

LeighE51 year ago

I've just been looking into this myself.
>Steam won't install on Pi as it's ARM.
>ATI won't stream to anything unless via steam

Steam Link is £40 so not that bad, I'm going to install Android on my Pi now and try using KinoConsole...

What would be the point of this exercise?
The whole reason for high end graphics cards is data throughput, what good is the Pi for in this case?

NickE12 (author)  Downunder35m1 year ago

To stream to a TV in another part of the house from my PC. Similar to a steam link http://store.steampowered.com/universe/link/

I might be wrong but if you are only after the video signal and audio, did you consider using any of these Android TV sticks for the TV?
You can stream the screen, video or whatever using Chromecast, Mirrorcast and what else they call their standards.
All you need is WiFi a spare WiFi stick on your PC.