I know that alder lake is pretty new, so not much experience with it or the new architecture on desktop. But I was interested in running a Linux host machine with a Windows VM for gaming, some things even proton can’t solve.
Anyone knows anything about VM performance on Alder lake? I tried looking online, but I couldn’t find any information. I wanted to see if Alder lake is “mature” enough that there is decent virtualisation support; I doubt it, but can’t be proven wrong without evidence.
If anyone has any experience or knows of any articles/threads, please let me know.
Yeah, I recon as much. But I haven’t heard of containerized gaming before Being able to pass certain cores certainly takes some guessing out of the equation. I think it is better to wait at least until Linux smooths some kinks with the scheduler; or at least until I know that there are not issues with its architecture, I don’t know that there are issues just assuming.
Thanks for the welcome and the reply! Was very helpful.