- Nov 26, 2005
Anyone use Workstation for a gaming rig and if so how is it?
Someone said 21 (12 AMD + 9 NVIDIA), but he is running a couple of machines that has 13 GPUs.How many GPUs does Windows 10 support? Because one of my boxes with Intel iGPU + 5x GTX 1660ti cards, started showing only four of the GTX 1660ti cards. I mean, I probably have a hardware problem (card or riser), but just wanted to double-check if MS limited Windows 10 (Pro, I believe) to only 4x or 5x GPUs.
Just for future reference for those accessing this thread -I very vaguely recall that its major features were technical in nature, i.e. higher accessible memory limits for workstations (6TB vs 2TB on regular Pro), and an improved scheduler for dealing with CPU thread counts exceeding 64 threads (so as to avoid having to divide the cores/threads into processor groups like regular Pro does which results in a performance hit). I think it also allows twice as many physical processor sockets as regular Pro as well (4 vs regular Pro's 2).
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