Is it possible from one very powerful system unit, to make "multiple computers"?

Good afternoon. I have a very powerful computer with this configuration:
PC configuration

CPU: i9 9900K
RAM: 64GB 3600МГЦ
Video: Asus Strix 2080Ti 2pieces
Drive SSD: Samsung SSD Evo Plus 970 M. 2 2TB
Drive HDD: 14Тб, 7200, 256
and the rest of the stuff

as can be seen, for gaming and rendering is not only all, but more.
I also have 3 younger brother's adolescence....that when I'm not around...always fighting for the right to play on the computer.

So, if this is possible, the idea to invest in a three monitor and three pairs of keys with the mouse, and then prisobachil it all, to give them the opportunity to play every man for himself

For example, on a Windows Server there is a possibility, when you create users and they can get! connect running if your version of the computer that is physically located on another computer and was simply a record of the user in Windows....we have a work it is. But it needed a separate computer, though weak....but your system unit and everything needed to remotely connect. And I want to do without adding to a weak sistemnika. So, is it possible to do something similar by connecting the monitors
and keyboard directly, or using some hub?

Memory hard enough....SSD is also enough. Sometimes forgetting to close games has launched WOT, GTA5, Battlefield and WarThunder worked....and could easily switch between them...I think enough resources, so they just all played.

If this is possible without buying, though weak, but sistemnika for remote working tables and users as in the case of Windows Server, tell me how to do this? Or is it impossible?
April 19th 20 at 12:21
7 answers
April 19th 20 at 12:23
Video have used Unraid for the organization 7 gaming sites on one machine
7 gamers 1 cpu - adrian_Douglas commented on April 19th 20 at 12:26
April 19th 20 at 12:25
for Windows - pay for such a thing (or not pay) and approx.
for Linux - Google how-to

windows server provides access via RDP is completely different.
Thing certainly interesting, but I don't believe it's just that easy :) - Adolf_Williamson commented on April 19th 20 at 12:28
@Adolf_Williamson, even just <to substitute the expression to taste> not <substitute the expression in taste> :) - sigmund commented on April 19th 20 at 12:31
April 19th 20 at 12:27
Can one very powerful system unit, to make "multiple computers"?
But that's not for games.
For office work without any problems.
Although if we are not talking about heavy games on maximum settings - you can try.
I have 3 years ago on average the computer with the brother in доту2 drove the rules, and then according to the characteristics of the author 2-3 people can play games, almost any. - osvaldo94 commented on April 19th 20 at 12:30
@osvaldo94, you still greatly underestimate the creators of the games :) - sigmund commented on April 19th 20 at 12:33
April 19th 20 at 12:29
April 19th 20 at 12:31
Graphic resources is now possible to push only on radiono. Easier to buy a subscription gears NAU.

The processor is very weak for that. Better buy ryzen 9 3950x
April 19th 20 at 12:33
Do not agree to all of the authors above. But the solution is not trivial, because separately you need to pick up the iron, although it may be start on Your motherboard or just need to replace it with one of the other models. Then you will have to configure the software. In fact it is to decide on Windows can not be normal, i.e., need Linux + KVM, Proxmox as an option, the same thing, but with a more user-friendly interface. Configuring forwarding of the video card in the virtual machine, and the nuances I described here:

It looks all the way (sorry filmed on a Shoe)

Of course everyone one can distinguish at 5-6 threads in this case, in the real VC to everyone, 20Gb of RAM and at least for the 1st HDD. But here the matter rests not only in budget but also in BP, the format of the case that would install it.
April 19th 20 at 12:35

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