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Nvidia Quadro K6000 GPUs with Quadro SyncBoard - Vmware ESXI - Passthrough
Dear All Can anyone can guide me to right direction please..completely lost I am trying to figure out if there is any compatibility issue or whatsoever in my configuration Hardware: Core i7 4930k Proc Asus P9X79-WS Motherboard 64 Gig Ram 2 SSDs 2 Nvidia Quadro K6000 GPUs with Quadro SyncBoard Vmware vSphere Esxi 6.0 update 2 Installed ESXI with 2 VMs. Passthrough K6000 and both the VMs are running perfectly 4 output each (Windows 7 x64) Following are the issues: Using Nvidia driver ver 362.56 Nvidia Control Panel missing mosaic feature - Got it sorted by mosaic utility Nvidia Control Panel no option to configure Syncboard. If i check the system information, i can see the sync board but i cannot configure the sync Anyone with this issue?. Regards Kazim
Dear All

Can anyone can guide me to right direction please..completely lost

I am trying to figure out if there is any compatibility issue or whatsoever in my configuration

Hardware:

Core i7 4930k Proc
Asus P9X79-WS Motherboard
64 Gig Ram
2 SSDs
2 Nvidia Quadro K6000 GPUs with Quadro SyncBoard
Vmware vSphere Esxi 6.0 update 2

Installed ESXI with 2 VMs. Passthrough K6000 and both the VMs are running perfectly 4 output each (Windows 7 x64)

Following are the issues:

Using Nvidia driver ver 362.56
Nvidia Control Panel missing mosaic feature - Got it sorted by mosaic utility
Nvidia Control Panel no option to configure Syncboard. If i check the system information, i can see the sync board but i cannot configure the sync

Anyone with this issue?.


Regards

Kazim

#1
Posted 05/31/2016 09:10 AM   
Unfortunately, Syncboard is not supported in virtual deployments.
Unfortunately, Syncboard is not supported in virtual deployments.

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

#2
Posted 05/31/2016 12:57 PM   
Hi Jason Thanks for the update Is there any follow up on this..is there a development going on towards this? Please advise Thanks Kazim
Hi Jason

Thanks for the update

Is there any follow up on this..is there a development going on towards this?

Please advise

Thanks

Kazim

#3
Posted 05/31/2016 02:34 PM   
It would be a hypervisor development. I suspect that the demand is quite low for VMware to prioritise developing this particularly when there are features in high demand for more mainstream GPU usage in a VM.
It would be a hypervisor development.

I suspect that the demand is quite low for VMware to prioritise developing this particularly when there are features in high demand for more mainstream GPU usage in a VM.

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

#4
Posted 05/31/2016 03:17 PM   
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