On Thursday, 18 January 2018 21:00:19 UTC, Alex Dubois  wrote:
> On Sunday, 14 January 2018 07:12:24 UTC, ro...@tuta.io  wrote:
> > Is qubes able to use the computing power of the gpu or is the type of gpu 
> > installed a waste in this issue?
> You can use GPU computing in Dom0 with the assumption that:
> - You trust the software you plan on using
>    - 3D design software such as Blender
>    - GPU compute such as CUDA libs, Tensorflow, Keras, etc..
> - You only create assets/code and export them out of Dom0
> If you have multiple GPU (i.e. integrated + NVidia), it is possible with Xen 
> to do GPU pass-through (Assign the NVidia GPU to a dedicated VM) however:
> - It is far from trivial and only limited setups are known to work
> - The security of it is not as robust (I can't remember where I read that, I 
> think it was in the GPU Pass-through page of the Xen wiki)
> I have tried with limited success few years back (only one boot and was never 
> able to get it back after)...

Sorry forgot to mention that GPU pass-through also require another monitor (or 
switch input...).
It may also be much easier to only use it as a Compute GPU (you keep the UI via 

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