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  • 1.  vSGA with Nvidia Geforce Cards?

    Posted May 22, 2013 11:15 AM

    Will I get any benefit by using GeForce GTX 690? VMware and Nvidia say only Gird/Tesla and some Quadro cards are supported. The architecture difference between Geforce and Quadro is not that much from what I have read. Is there a way to get around it? I know it's not "supported". I am not using it for production either.

    Currently I am using a very old graphic card because the guests actually use the CPU for "graphic acceleration". For a web game (www.tiberiumalliances.com) I get 60fps (probably the maximum the game supports) on a laptop with Intel HD Graphics 4000, but in the guest OS I get like 10fps while guest OS cpu 60% (2 cores). What can I do to increase graphic performance without breaking the bank?

    Thanks.



  • 2.  RE: vSGA with Nvidia Geforce Cards?

    Posted May 22, 2013 01:26 PM

    Its up to Nvidia on what cards that are supported with their driver, currently they only support the Quadro/Tesla/GRID GPU:s.

    I have heard rumors that you can modify a GTX690 to get it to be reported as a K1/K2 but that involves soldering and might not even be legal...

    // Linjo