Frequently asked questions (FAQ)1. How does it work?
The Cloud GPU service is delivered via VDI that uses computing resources such as the CPU, RAM and cloud graphics (vGPU). You connect to this desktop from anywhere in the world via the Internet.
2. What software is used to provide this service?
VMware Horizon View is used to connect to the desktop. The Window Server 2016 operating system will be installed inside the desktop itself.
3. Do I need a powerful PC?
The performance of your PC is almost irrelevant. The possibility to install a desktop access program (VMware Horizon View) on your PC is only thing needed.
4. What kind of communication channel is needed?
For normal operation, a stable Internet channel of 10 Mb/s and above with the lowest possible latency is required. With high latency values in the communication channel, there will be a delay in the response to your actions with the mouse, keyboard, etc. and lags in dynamically changing images on PC screen. Where does high Latency value come from: traffic from your PC to VDI through a large number of intermediate nodes, poor communication channels of your ISP and/or between intermediate nodes, large physical distance of your PC from our data center, etc.
5. What applications can I use on my remote desktop with GPU?
You can install any software, including compute-intensive applications, such as Sony Vegas Pro, GRAPHISOFT, Solidworks, Compass, Nanocad, T-Flex, Polymatics, Adobe CC (in particular, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Premiere, etc.), Autodesk (AutoCAD 2017, AutoCAD Electrical 2017, AutoCAD Map 3D 2017, 3DS Max, Revit 2017, Inventor 2017, Vault 2017).
6. Do you offer GPU rental on a per hour basis?
No. We provide this service for at least 1 month.
7. How much does it cost?
On this page you can see the cost of ready-made solutions with a strictly defined configuration. But you can configure individual server with as many CPU, RAM, vGPU and disk space you need to meet your requirements.
8. Can I change the server parameters?
Yes, you can. If you need more gigabytes of vGPU or processor cores while using, you have the option of increasing these settings in just a few minutes.
9. Is it possible to use your GPUs for mining?
Yes, but we do not recommend it. The revenue from crypto-mining is uncertain, while you have to pay for our services in complete.
More answers to your questions can be found in the knowledge base. If you do not find an answer to your question - post it to our consultant online using online-chat or send an inquiry using the support ticket system.