I'm seeing this quite prominently with the latest update to Google Chrome Remote Desktop. Sure would be great if they fixed it, but I'm not holding my breath.
Uninstalling the app works to fix the issue of course.
To add to the accepted answer, you may need to turn off the new "just font smoothing" implementation after enabling subpixel antialiasing. This solves the pixelated text issue user benwiggy commented about on a 13.3" mid-2012 MacBook Pro (1280 x 800 non-retina screen) and especially for very small font sizes. By leaving the font smoothing option enabled ...
You have some errors in your power settings.
hibernatemode 3. 3 is the default for portables; since you have a Mac mini, this is incorrect; it should be 0 (default) for desktops.
standby 1. If you don't want your machine to go into standby at all, this should be set to 0
autopoweroff seems to be missing. This should also be set to 0 as it's enabled by ...
I found the solution to my issue. I was attempting to connect with the wrong hostname.
Bottom line: Double, no, triple check the hostname you're connecting to. A lot of these types of issues is caused by innocent, simple mistakes such as this.