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Intel Xe GPU, What if you could split Tiles like Cores in virtualisation

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None of this in confirmed and I'm just spitballing. 

 

What if you could split the Tiles like Cores in VM's. 

I would love to see this. It would make sharing a GPU between VM's or even containers a lot easier.

 

What are your guys' opinions?

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4 minutes ago, ENTXawp said:

None of this in confirmed and I'm just spitballing. 

 

What if you could split the Tiles like Cores in VM's. 

I would love to see this. It would make sharing a GPU between VM's or even containers a lot easier.

 

What are your guys' opinions?

Wouldn't you also need to then assign the RAM on the GPU?  I wonder if it's something Intel is thinking about.


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34 minutes ago, ENTXawp said:

What if you could split the Tiles like Cores in VM's. 

I would love to see this. It would make sharing a GPU between VM's or even containers a lot easier.

 

What are your guys' opinions?

Intel's iGPUs already support being shared between the hypervisor and multiple VMs simultaneously and you don't even need to split anything. Since Intel's iGPUs already support this, it's entirely possible their Xe - lineup will do that as well.


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