I am setting up a new computer for games and work. I have looked into Wine/Play on Linux, and also into VMWare for games. Both of those had compatibility issues, and when I did get them working they did not run with the best quality. I do not want to spend a lot of my time on trying to get games to work, so the best solution I have come up with is dual booting. (If there is an easy Linux solution to this problem, I would be willing to use, but I do not want to deal with a lot of compatibility, and performance issues.) I want to use Antergos and Windows 10, using Antergos as much as possible, but using Windows 10 when I have to. I plan on playing games and recording gameplay. Now the issue I am going to have with dual booting, is that when I have to boot up the other OS, I am going to have to find a way to record on both OS's and would like to keep some programs up while rebooting like voice chat such as Teamspeak. So my question is, could I use something like a Raspberry Pi to run the recording software, and the voice chat. I would like to connect a headset to the Raspberry Pi for the voice chat, and also have the game audio come through it as well when the headset is plugged up. I do not know if it is possible for a Raspberry Pi to do this, and if I need to look into something else, or if the Raspberry Pi can with some extra hardware. My computer specs are : Processor: Ryzen 7 1800x Motherboard: Crosshair VI RAM: 32 GB GPU: plan on 2 RX Vega 64 in crossfire when available Plan on overclocking, and do not want to waste the hardware trying to game on Linux through Wine or virtual machine.