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Re: [Xen-users] Windows gaming speed up

On Sun, Aug 26, 2012 at 2:21 PM, Stanley Tweedle <darkshvein@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi, all.
> I have some ideas and questions about topic.
> Gossip: 3d marks test and games results more above than under wine, but as
> far from native win.
> How I can to accelerate it?
>  I tried leave only one CPU(of 4) for Debian-Domain-0, it take very little
> performance growth.
> Will useful recompile kernel with bigger/smaller timer? I not sure about
> tickless timer...
> Overclocking in individual cases has no results, such as GTA4.
> And crazy suggestion: my second card is nvidia geforce with CUDA. It is
> possible to use CUDA/card for speed up VM's? Such as SLI...
> Any advices, exclude to buy faster hardware? (:

Instead of trying random stuff, I'd suggest you just use the right
tool for the job.

What do you mainly use your PC for? If it's mainly windows gaming,
then just use native windows, possibly with virtualbox or whatever to
run linux VMs. No current virtualization solution will come near
native performance for games.


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