The stream is an automated hobby- I'm streaming games so it requires the graphics card sadly
Have you considered the economics of this?
At 180 watt you will use 1576.8 kWh of electricity per year. Assuming you pay 12.5p per kWh this is £197.10 per year. What job are you in which means that £200 is of so little interest to you that you can burn money like this? If you have children are they clothed and fed or does this vanity project come before that?
Then there is the environmental impact. Let's assume 40% of this electricity is from natural gas, 33% from coal and the remainder is not significantly CO2 producing at point of generation. 296kg of CO2 will be produced from natural gas and 521kg from coal. Together that's the same as you might expect a car to use in a year and you try getting to the seaside in your streaming server...
If everyone is wasting this much electricity in the UK then that equates to 99TWh, around 28% of our national production. We could almost close down every coal fired power station if this much electricity was saved.
If you are streaming this who on earth watches it? Why don't they just get the game themselves? If it's a multiplayer game then can't they join as a spectator to watch instead?
My advice is to switch it off for good.