Re: Nvidia support for Xen
Originally Posted by meierkurt
If you need desktop virtualization, there are much better products than Xen.
Actually, Xen (and/or any other para-virtualization product) can potentially yield far better performance than KVM/VMWare.
In the long run, you'll be able to assign one of your host's GPUs (using pciback) to a Windows guest and play run applications/games at native speeds.
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