Subscribe to a monthly gaming PC package

This service allows you to access a powerful gaming PC in the cloud and stream a wide range of games and programs to various devices. It includes a fixed monthly fee with 6 hours of daily usage and does not involve resource sharing with other users.



AMD 6800XT / 6700 / 5700XT GPU

Nvidia 1080 GPU


Operating System

Linux Mint 21.2

Linux Mint 21.2

Linux Mint 21.2

Linux Mint 21.2

Bare Metal

GPU Model


AMD RX 6800XT / 6700

Nvidia GTX 1080

AMD RX 580

CPU Model

Ryzen 7800X3D

Ryzen 5800x

Ryzen 1700

Ryzen 1400

CPU Threads










SSD Storage





Mechanical Storage






500Mb/s download 200Mb/s upload

500Mb/s download 150Mb/s upload

300Mb/s download 150Mb/s upload

150Mb/s download 150Mb/s upload

Hours Allocated

Daily: 5:00 PM - 12:00 AM (3 hours), 12:00 AM - 5:00 PM (5 hours)

Daily: 5:00 PM - 12:00 AM (2 hours), 12:00 AM - 5:00 PM (4 hours)

Daily: 5:00 PM - 12:00 AM (2 hours), 12:00 AM - 5:00 PM (4hours)

Daily: 5:00 PM - 12:00 AM (2 hours), 12:00 AM - 5:00 PM (4 hours)

Linux Steam Launcher


Heroic Launcher

Lutris Launcher






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Questions and Answers

Frequently Asked Questions About Getting Started with Our Service

Your cloud gaming PC will be set up within 2-5 minutes after ordering. Make sure to check your spam box for the welcome letter or failure notice.

In the context of PC cloud gaming, bare metal setups refer to running games directly on your physical hardware without virtualization, offering optimal performance due to reduced overhead. Virtual machines (VMs) are less suitable for gaming as they introduce additional layers that can hinder graphics and processing speed. For gaming, a bare metal approach ensures direct access to hardware resources, resulting in better performance and smoother gameplay.

To use our cloud gaming service, you will need a device that has a stable internet connection. Here are some general requirements for a device to use a cloud gaming service:

Processor: A processor with at least two cores is recommended.

Memory: Your device should have at least 4GB of RAM to support smooth gameplay.

Internet connection: A stable and fast internet connection is essential for cloud gaming. We recommend a minimum download speed of at least 10Mbps. However, faster speeds will provide a better gaming experience.

Display: A display with a high refresh rate and low latency will provide a smoother gaming experience.

Input device:  We support a variety of input devices, including controllers, keyboards, and mouse.

However, if you have a slower connection, you can lower the bitrate to compensate. Alternatively, you can increase the bitrate to improve image quality.

Definitely, using a wired network is a viable option that will provide the best results. We strongly suggest using an Ethernet connection over wifi. If that is not possible, a router that supports 5GHz signal can be a good alternative, as long as the streaming device also supports 5GHz.

Jitter and latency are important factors to consider when it comes to cloud gaming. Jitter is the variance in latency, or the fluctuation in the time it takes for data to be transmitted between the gaming server and your device. Latency is the time it takes for data to be transmitted between the gaming server and your device.

The acceptable level of jitter and latency will depend on the specific game you are playing and your personal tolerance for these issues. In general, lower jitter and latency will result in a smoother and more responsive gaming experience.

For most games, an acceptable level of jitter is around 5 milliseconds (ms) or less. Latency should be as low as possible, with values below 90ms being ideal for most games. However, for some fast-paced games that require quick reflexes, even lower latency may be necessary to ensure a smooth gaming experience.

It’s important to keep in mind that the level of jitter and latency you experience may vary depending on a number of factors, including the quality of your internet connection, the distance between your device and the gaming server.

Overall, it’s important to choose a cloud gaming service that can provide low jitter and latency to ensure the best possible gaming experience.

Thank you for your interest in our product. Your participation and feedback will be invaluable in helping us release a better version. Most importantly, you can help us identify bugs that could be a major issue for potential customers..

None of our service plans include free games. However, you can install your existing games or purchase new ones from various online stores such as Steam, Origin, GOG, Itch, Gamersgate, Epic Games Store, Discord Store, and more. Our service simply provides the gaming hardware so you can play your games at Maximumsettings.

Two customers never share the same set of resources while they are logged in. Your personal gaming computer is fully dedicated to you and only you, including but not limited to the CPU, GPU, RAM, and motherboard, for the term of your session.

Cryptocurrency mining is prohibited on all accounts.

Yes, Maximumsettings is a privately owned company and our facility is located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. We do not colocate.

Yes, you can play games on Linux, but it is not possible to play “all the games” on this operating system. However, the majority of Steam games are compatible with ProntonDB.

We selected Linux Mint as our default operating system.

Linux Mint is a popular and user-friendly operating system. It is designed to be easy to use, with a clean and modern interface and a range of features that make it a great choice for both beginners and experienced users.

Linux Mint is also a lightweight operating system that uses fewer resources than other operating systems, making it a great choice for high-performance gaming. It has excellent support for gaming-specific hardware, such as graphics cards and gaming controllers, and is compatible with a wide range of games, both native and through compatibility layers such as Wine and ProntonDB.

In terms of security and privacy, Linux Mint has a strong focus on these areas. It receives regular updates to keep your system secure and up-to-date, and includes a range of security features such as firewall.

Overall, Linux Mint is a reliable and customizable operating system that is well-suited for high-performance gaming.

If you log off, your data and gaming files will be saved. However, if you do not use your system for more than 60 days, your image will be deleted and you will need to reset your gaming PC. This means you will have to download and install all of your games again. Additionally, after 12 months, your entire account will be deleted and you will need to register again to use the cloud service.

The Lutris platform is a useful tool for preserving your video game collection for the long term. Lutris is specifically designed to help keep your games running smoothly. To see a demo of how it works, you can click on the link.