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nvidia Grid K160Q vGPU (2 per GPU 2560x1600, 4 Display) Performance Problem!!
hello, i am testing nvidia Grid K160Q vGPU (2 per GPU 2560x1600, 4 Display) Screen Resolution 1920x1200 true Color 32bit, 60Hertz System Server 2012r2 > XenDesktop 7.6 XenServer 6.5 shared Desktop Windwos 8.1 Pro 8vCpu and 16gb Ram i am use in 4 Display !! an Exsample page: http://webglsamples.org/aquarium/aquarium.html 500 fish is aquarium..when i testing cannot use any other page or Software... what can i do to get in better Performance can some one help it? Policy Settings Desktop Composition Redirection - Off Display Memory Limit - 131072KB HDX3DPro Quality Settings -Min 80 -Max 100 Lossy Compression Level -Low Lossy Compression Threshold Value -10240Kbps Minimum Image Quality - Very High Moving Image Compression -Disabled Queuing and Tossing -Disabled Target Frame rate -60 Use GPU for Optimising Windows Media Multimedia Redirection over WAN -Allowed Visual Quality - High
hello,

i am testing nvidia Grid K160Q vGPU (2 per GPU 2560x1600, 4 Display)
Screen Resolution 1920x1200 true Color 32bit, 60Hertz

System
Server 2012r2 > XenDesktop 7.6
XenServer 6.5
shared Desktop Windwos 8.1 Pro
8vCpu and 16gb Ram

i am use in 4 Display !!
an Exsample page: http://webglsamples.org/aquarium/aquarium.html

500 fish is aquarium..when i testing cannot use any other page or Software...

what can i do to get in better Performance can some one help it?

Policy Settings

Desktop Composition Redirection
- Off

Display Memory Limit
- 131072KB

HDX3DPro Quality Settings
-Min 80
-Max 100

Lossy Compression Level
-Low

Lossy Compression Threshold Value
-10240Kbps

Minimum Image Quality
- Very High

Moving Image Compression
-Disabled

Queuing and Tossing
-Disabled

Target Frame rate
-60

Use GPU for Optimising Windows Media Multimedia Redirection over WAN
-Allowed

Visual Quality
- High

#1
Posted 07/14/2015 12:09 PM   
What are you experiencing today, and what are you trying to achieve? Have you looked at the resource utilisation in the VM? Are you using a browser that enables HW acceleration in a virtual environment? (so not Internet Explorer).
What are you experiencing today, and what are you trying to achieve?

Have you looked at the resource utilisation in the VM?

Are you using a browser that enables HW acceleration in a virtual environment? (so not Internet Explorer).

Jason Southern, Regional Lead for ProVis Sales - EMEA: NVIDIA Ltd.

#2
Posted 07/15/2015 09:28 AM   
[quote=""] System Server 2012r2 > XenDesktop 7.6 shared Desktop Windwos 8.1 Pro [/quote] Are you using XenApp on Server 2012, or XenDesktop with Windows 8.1?
said:
System
Server 2012r2 > XenDesktop 7.6

shared Desktop Windwos 8.1 Pro



Are you using XenApp on Server 2012, or XenDesktop with Windows 8.1?

Jason Southern, Regional Lead for ProVis Sales - EMEA: NVIDIA Ltd.

#3
Posted 07/15/2015 10:38 AM   
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