What kind of black magic is unraid?
You need one dedicated gpu for each of these instances.
You can not run 2 gamingpc's out of 1 card.
Each GPU is dedicated from their bus, and you can not split the bus between two instances.
it's really easy, and you don't need to dual boot, you just fire up the vm to play games.
dual booting is just awful, having to close everything, etc
you just need a second gpu, and thats it.
What they should have done is gotten two power supplies, since they aren't in crossfire anyway and wire it like a buttcoin rig.
7 r9 295x, which is like a PC with 14 290x's
Can you do this with just one by disabling the GPU on the host as part of the VM boot-up process? And switch it back afterwards.
> Here, take these expensive products for use in your project absolutely free. Just mention that we gave them to you.
I don't see the problem.
Outright stating who gave you shit for free and who is sponsoring you isn't shilling. Shilling is expressly hiding the fact that you're hired to advertise a certain product, it's hidden by definition.
>not wanting a whole-house arcade machine
>easy LAN play of virtually any game including old DOS stuff
>save electricity (how many watthours would 7 individual machines pull?)
It's an incredibly economical idea. Imagine if you could buy one computer for your house and serve the computing needs of your entire family?
WE ARE LIVING IN THE FUTURE
CONSUMER BIG IRON IS NOW
At $30k it's absolutely not economical in any way. You would definitely pay less if you had 7 different machines (you could probably spend ~1k/machine and get similar performance) and as long as you only turned them on when needed you may also end up using less power since that thing idles at 250W.
> just use the 2.nd input on your monitor
Yeah, i just realised that. And also realised that my fucking korean shit monitor has only 1 input.
> and actually, yes, you can play via vnc
It's too slow.
Geez buzzkill I got a chuckle out of it. Lighten up. Life is short when you're halfway done.
Dual boring is awful because you have to close everything. Jesus dude if you're spending serious cash to play games then at least run native and get decent frame rates. If you need a Linux server then just remote into it.
all this things...