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[Xen-users] gaming in a windows domU?

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  • From: "Andrew Yates" <andrewyates@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2007 17:34:29 -0400
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I've been considering buying a second video and sound card, and then
using PCI passthrough with a Windows domU for gaming.
Has anyone tried this? I'm curious as to whether it's fast enough for
recent games to be playable. The video card and CPU can handle gaming
fine, but I'm not sure how much Xen would effect that. So has anyone
done this? How well did it work?

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