Hey all, I currently run a combination of KVM and LXC on my server, and they work beautifully for my needs there, but for a few years now I have heard about people running Linux desktops on a small GPU, and passing through a big GPU to a Windows VM using KVM or another hypervisor for their gaming needs. I currently dual boot between Windows (for games) and Linux (for everything else) and this seems like it would be a very convenient solution. Reading about the Threadripper 2, and more specifically the 2950x, this seems like it would be a perfect application for that 16 core/32 thread monster. Last I looked into it though, it was fairly straightforward on AMD GPU's, but difficult to impossible to get working on Nvidia GPU's. I'd be targeting 4k 60hz using a Titan level GPU, so unless AMD surprises us all with a new massive GPU launch, I'm stuck with Nvidia. Can anyone speak to what the performance implications are like these days? I'd imagine you'd take a hit performance wise, but how big would it be? Is gaming generally smooth, or is it a stuttery mess? Where do those performance hits usually come? Is it on the CPU side (very manageable at 60hz gaming) or on the passed through GPU side (could be painful, as every litte bit counts when trying to run 4k60hz at as high quality settings as possible. I'd appreciate anyones thoughts on this subject. My searching has led to mostly older information, and I don't know how much of it is still relevant. Much appreciated.