Does adding a GPU to windows 10 VM decrease VNC / RDP frames-per-second lag?

KingTChoka

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Since windows 10 home disabled RDP :'( i was wondering how else to get smooth gaming performance inside the windows VM.

By adding a GPU to the VM, would that increase the FPS connection for smoother gaming?

What other remote desktop protocols is best for gaming from a linux host to the windows VM?

Thanks!
 

Dunuin

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For remote gaming I would use something like parsec that was designed with gaming in mind. RDP and VNC aren't great for gaming nor video playback.

If you want to game on that VM you might want to passthrough a GPU anyway. Otherwise everything is rendered in software by the CPU (if it runs at all when trying to play 3D games)
 
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