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Aehmmm...... here is a picture of a nvidia k2 card. We have a couple of these.
Iam sure they are laptops outthere which are smaller . Yes iam aware that laptops exists with a external GFX card.
Nvidia "Grid" are based on certain cards like m10,m40,vt100 together with a special driver for the esxi hypervisor. For using them you need a Horizon VDI environment with a Windows or Linux VM which than leverage dedicated vGPU or a shared vGPU.
Yes you can use esxi passthrough to bring a PCIe Card into a VM. You always need a 2nd. GFX card in the Host.
I understood then I always need physical hardware, it seemed to me that these nvidia grid video cards were in the cloud so I used them online.
Well now I provide a laptop with nvidia GTX 1050ti or 1050 or 1060.
Thanks for the clarification answer
so I have to install horizon to get a gpu shared by nvidia grid right?
seen I have the gpu mx 130 and I can try in the other notebook without a dedicated video card?
Because nvidia grid I read from the official site lasts 90 days trial.