Sorry if this is not the right venue for this, but I search the forum and the internet and could not find the information that I am looking for.
I am in the process of purchasing a decommissioned Nvidia GV100 that I am planning on using in a Proxmox (Debian - KVM) host running multiple Windows VM to perform scientific simulations (FEA code which has been optimised for CUDA according to the software vendor)). I have already done GPU passthrough on a handful of cards without too much hassle. My question is around the GV100 and whether this card will behave just like a regular Quadro.
From reading the literature on Nvidia Grid, it seems that the GV100 is not on the required hardware list, however given its expensive nature, I wanted to double check prior to taking the plunge. So here is my question, can GV100 be passed to a Windows VM without any additional special license (I am not looking to share the GPU across other VMs).