so I’ve done quite some research on the internet and haven’t really found answers for all my questions. So I hope that I’ll be able to find some support here. I will will just go ahead and shoot question after question at you - I hope you don’t mind. ;)
- I've heard that K1/K2 video cards are for professional working environments, that K340/K520 are newer video cards and that the K340/K520 are rather designed for cloud gaming. My question is: What technical difference really makes the K340/K520 better for cloud gaming? Could K1/K2 video cards be used for cloud gaming? Wouldn't those be better as they provide vGPUs?
- In the specifications of the K340/K520 is mentioned that 4-24/2-16 simultaneous players are possible. I'm wondering: How can there be that many simultaneous players without the ability to virtualize the GPU? Can several virtualizations use the same GPU?
- Furthermore, how can a shortage of RAM be avoided when playing the latest video games? Some of the NVIDIA GRID video cards only support 4GB RAM. Does that mean that only 1, max. 2 GTA V players can be supported with one video card?
- Is the technology which delivers a H.264 encoded video from the video card only available in the NVIDIA GRID video cards? What about normal video cards like a NVIDIA Titan X? Do those also provide such functionality?
- Last but not least: Is there any news about new GRID video cards being in development?
I hope that’s not too much. Thanks for all your help upfront.