I would like to build Windows VM with graphics card passthrought for some games.
At this moment i have only one video card R7 250.
R7 250 will be used as video output for Host.
I will buy one more video card.
I read many manuals and everywhere stays that passthrought GPU would be isolated from Host OS.
My motherboard supports SR-IOV.
Can it help me to share new video card between Host Linux and Guest Windows without reconfiguring and reboot?
Guest Windows would run only for some games and it will mostly be off cause it will be used only for some Win-only games.
What video card is better suited for such application?
AMD Radeon rx 580 or rx 5500/5600/5700 family?
Or Nvidia with its error 43?
Also i’m not really understand how Looking glass works.
Does it provides only Screen view of VM?
And for audio, keyboard and mouse i still needs extra usb controller and sound card?
Is it ok when i simply attach USB hub to existing USB port?
- Host OS: Ubuntu 18.04 or 20.04
- PC spec: Ryzen 7 1700, ASUS TUF B450M-Pro, 64GB RAM, R7 250.
Someone can say simply install windows on other partition, but i would not like to do it.