Is it possible to use a remote V100 in a server for general display/OpenGL tasks in Windows Server?
Hi there. We've got a few V100's in a bunch of new Dell R740 series hosts. One of our people would like to run Windows Server 2016 on one of these hosts and use strictly Windows based OpenGL + Direct3D accelerated applications on these hosts. They can't run in Linux. My question is - is this actually _possible_ with the V100 card using RDP? Or TurboVNC? Can the V100 actually accelerate general/standard GUI's and "full desktop experience" in a Windows environment - just as a Quadro or consumer grade card, can? Thanks.
Hi there.

We've got a few V100's in a bunch of new Dell R740 series hosts.

One of our people would like to run Windows Server 2016 on one of these hosts and use strictly Windows based OpenGL + Direct3D accelerated applications on these hosts. They can't run in Linux.

My question is - is this actually _possible_ with the V100 card using RDP? Or TurboVNC? Can the V100 actually accelerate general/standard GUI's and "full desktop experience" in a Windows environment - just as a Quadro or consumer grade card, can?

Thanks.

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Posted 01/08/2018 08:36 PM   
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