Can I link two desktop computers together to combine their processing and graphics to make sort of one better machine?
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what you're asking can be done, but you can't do it you're too stupid, sorry
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Putting several networked computers to work on the same problem is possible, it's called a cluster.
>>I just want to put the two towers toward running a game because neither have the requirements alone.
You'll never run a game on it though. Why? One, a cluster depends on the ability to break the work up efficiently, send it over the network to other machines, and then recombine it when they're done. (which might happen at different times). This means latency (it takes time for this stuff to happen) which games can't tolerate, and you need to do the breaking-up of the work efficiently, which games can't. Two, and much more prosaically, no game supports it, due to the above complications.
if you want to run, say, a render farm, that would work. This on a very massive scale is how Pixar renders movies. But you'll never game on a cluster.
Is it possible? Yes
Are you personally capable? Probably not.
not really. if you're doing distrubuted rendering, then maybe, however nothing will give you an instantaneous more-responsive system that feels better, unless you are talking about avoiding swapping by using an NFS ramdisk...........
but yeah, no.