I have inherited an infrastructure that I need some help understanding how to properly configure a Grid K2 card on.
Here is the synopsis of the setup:
HP DL380 Gen9
Dual E5-2630 v3 8core CPU
2x146GB 15K SAS Drives
4x300GB 15K SAS Drives
NVIDIA GRID K2 RAF PCIe GPU Kit (Graphics option) (Shows in device manger as 2 Physical GPUs)
- Runs Windows 2012 R2 Standard - Is the Hyper-V host - Grid K2 Driver version 220.127.116.1149 installed - Both physical GPUs are enabled in Hyper-V Settings for RemoteFX usage
Windows 7 Enterprise Edition
Configurations for RemoteFX are in place
VMs show that RemoteFX Graphics Device - WDDM is the display adapter
There are 4 of these VMs, all configured identically and on this host
So, from what it looks like, the VMs are all setup and connecting to the GRID K2 card. The problem is that GPU horsepower and refresh are horrible! If I remote the RemoteFX adapted from each of the VMs in Hyper-V and reboot, the native RDP graphics virtual GPU and driver are significantly faster (although horrible for any fast motion or video, they’re still much faster than the RemoteFX).
Is there something that I am missing to get the host and/or VMs to take advantage of the K2s full horsepower?