NVIDIA vGPU Software 12

It’s time to plan updating your NVIDIA Enterprise GPUs. NVIDIA vGPU Software 12 is now GA.

NVIDIA vGPU software includes vWSvCS, vPC, and vApps.

If you got any of followin NVIDIA GPU’s: M6, M10, M60, P4, P6, P40, P100, V100, T4, RTX6000, RTX8000, A100, A40, RTXA6000.

If you are interested in a quick overview of which NVIDIA enterprise GPU is supporting which hypervisor, Guest os and remoting technology, I highly recommend you check out this link from NVIDIA that provides the NVIDIA vGPU software product support matrix.

NVIDIA vGPU software 12 is supported until January 2022.

NVIDIA vGPU software 12 is a new-feature branch support. If you are looking for Long-Term support branch latest release is 11.x or 8.x

I this article, I am also covering which Public Cloud instance is available with NVIDIA GPUs and which license is BYO or provided by the public cloud provider such as Azure, AWS, GCP, Alibaba.

For a list of validated server platforms, refer to NVIDIA vGPU Certified Servers.

Important note for EUC (Citrix/VMware customers):

  • NVIDIA vGPU 12.0 is supported with VMware Horizon 2006 (8.0), 7.13, 7.12, 7.11, 7.10, 7.9, 7.8, 7.7, 7.6, 7.5, 7.4, 7.3, 7.2, 7.1, 7.0
  • NVIDIA vGPU 12.0 is only supported with Citrix Virtual Apps & Desktops (LTSR) 7.15, 7 1912, (CR) 7 2006, 7 2012

This release includes the following software:

  • NVIDIA vGPU Manager version 460.32.04 for following hypervisors. (Citrix Hypervisor, VMware vSphere, RHEL KVM)
  • NVIDIA Windows driver version 461.09
  • NVIDIA Linux driver version 460.32.03

New Features in Release 12.0

  • Support for NVIDIA® GPU Operator
  • Support for NVIDIA®NVSwitch™ on-chip memory fabric
  • Miscellaneous bug fixes

Hardware and Software Support Introduced in Release 12.0

  • Support for the following GPUs:
    • NVIDIA A100 HGX 80GB
    • NVIDIA A40
    • NVIDIA RTX A6000
  • Support for Windows 10 October 2020 Update (20H2) as a guest OS
  • Support for Red Hat CoreOS 4.7 as a guest OS
  • Support for SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 15 SP2

Supported NVIDIA GPUs with vGPU 12.0

  • Tesla M6
  • Tesla M10
  • Tesla M60
  • Tesla P4
  • Tesla P6
  • Tesla P40
  • Tesla P100 PCIe 16 GB
  • Tesla P100 SXM2 16 GB
  • Tesla P100 PCIe 12GB
  • Tesla V100 SXM2
  • Tesla V100 SXM2 32GB
  • Tesla V100 PCIe
  • Tesla V100 PCIe 32GB
  • Tesla V100S PCIe 32GB
  • Tesla V100 FHHL
  • Tesla T4
  • RTX 6000 in displayless mode or in passive in displayless mode
  • RTX 8000 in displayless mode or in passive in displayless mode
  • A100 HGX 80GB
  • A100 PCIe 40GB
  • A100 HGX 40GB
  • A40 in displayless mode
  • RTX A6000 in displayless mode

API Support on NVIDIA vGPU 12.0

NVIDIA vGPU includes support for the following APIs:
  • Open Computing Language (OpenCL™ software) 1.2
  • OpenGL® 4.6
  • Vulkan® 1.1
  • DirectX 11
  • DirectX 12 (Windows 10)
  • Direct2D
  • DirectX Video Acceleration (DXVA)
  • NVIDIA® CUDA® 11.2
  • NVIDIA vGPU software SDK (remote graphics acceleration)
  • NVIDIA RTX (on GPUs based on the NVIDIA Volta graphic architecture and later architectures)

NVIDIA CUDA Toolkit and OpenCL Support on NVIDIA vGPU Software 12.0

OpenCL and CUDA applications are supported on the following NVIDIA vGPU types:

  • The 8Q vGPU type on Tesla M6, Tesla M10, and Tesla M60 GPUs
  • All Q-series vGPU types on the following GPUs:
    • NVIDIA A40
    • NVIDIA RTX A6000
    • Tesla P4
    • Tesla P6
    • Tesla P40
    • Tesla P100 SXM2 16 GB
    • Tesla P100 PCIe 16 GB
    • Tesla P100 PCIe 12 GB
    • Tesla V100 SXM2
    • Tesla V100 SXM2 32GB
    • Tesla V100 PCIe
    • Tesla V100 PCIe 32GB
    • Tesla V100S PCIe 32GB
    • Tesla V100 FHHL
    • Tesla T4
    • Quadro RTX 6000
    • Quadro RTX 6000 passive
    • Quadro RTX 8000
    • Quadro RTX 8000 passive
  • All C-series vGPU types

NVIDIA vGPU supports the following NVIDIA CUDA Toolkit features if the vGPU type, physical GPU, and the hypervisor software version support the feature:

  • Error-correcting code (ECC) memory

Supported Hypervisors with NVIDIA vGPU 12.0

  • Citrix Hypervisor 7.0, 7.1, 8.2 is supported with GPUs, M6, M10, P4, P6, P40, P100, V100

    Important:
    NVIDIA GPUs (T4, RTX6000, RTX8000, RTXA6000, A40, A100 GPUs) are not supported with Citrix Hypervisor 7.0, 7.1, only with Citrix Hypervisor 8.2.

    vGPU features: vCS, XenMotion with vGPU, Multiple vGPU on a single VM is not supported with Citrix Hypervisor 7.0, 7.1 the mentioned features and GPU’s are only supported with Citrix Hypervisor 8.2.

  • VMware vSphere 6.5, 6.7, 7.0 is supported with GPUs, M6, M10, M60, P4, P6, P40, P100, V100, T4, RTX6000, RTX8000, RTXA6000, A100, A40Note: Support for NVIDIA vGPU software requires the Enterprise Plus Edition of VMware vSphere Hypervisor (ESXi)

    Important: NVIDIA GPUs vGPU features are not supported with vSphere 6.5: Assignment of multiple vGPUs to a single VM Suspend-resume with vGPU vMotion with vGPU Live VMware snapshot with vGPU vSphere 6.7 U3, the assignment of multiple vGPUs to a single VM is supported. vSphere 6.7 supports only suspend and resume with vGPU. vMotion with vGPU is not supported on release 6.7.

  • Microsoft Hyper-V 2016 (1607, 1709, 1803) 
    Microsoft Windows Server 2016 with Hyper-V role (supported with NVIDIA M6, M10, M60, P4, P6, P40, P100, V100, T4, RTX6000, RTX8000, A40, RTXA6000) note: Microsoft Windows Server with Hyper-V role supports GPU pass-through over Microsoft Virtual PCI bus. This bus is supported through paravirtualized drivers.

  • Microsoft Server 2019 with Hyper-V role
    Microsoft Windows Server 2019 with Hyper-V role (supported with NVIDIA M6, M10, M60, P4, P6, P40, P100, V100, T4, RTX6000, RTX8000, A100, A40, RTXA6000) note: Microsoft Windows Server with Hyper-V role supports GPU pass-through over Microsoft Virtual PCI bus. This bus is supported through paravirtualized drivers.

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux with KVM

    Red Hat Enterprise Linux with KVM 8.2, 8.3
    (supported with NVIDIA M6, M10, M60, P4, P6, P40, P100, V100, T4, RTX6000, RTX8000, RTXA6000, A40, A100)

    Red Hat Enterprise Linux with KVM 8.1 (supported with NVIDIA M6, M10, M60, P4, P6, P40, P100, V100, T4, RTX6000, RTX8000, A100)

    Red Hat Enterprise Linux with KVM 7.7,7.8,7.9 (supported with NVIDIA M6, M10, M60, P4, P6, P40, P100, V100, T4, RTX6000, RTX8000, A100)

    Red Hat Virtualization (RHV) 4.4 (supported with NVIDIA M6, M10, M60, P4, P6, P40, P100, V100, T4, RTX6000, RTX8000, RTXA6000, A40, A100) Red Hat Virtualization (RHV) 4.2, 4.3 (supported with NVIDIA M6, M10, M60, P4, P6, P40, P100, V100, T4, RTX6000, RTX8000, A100)

Supported Cloud Services for vGPU 12.0

NVIDIA virtual GPU software is supported on several cloud services with bring your own license (BYOL) licensing and licensing provided by the cloud service. Read more here: 

  • Alibaba Cloud
  • Amazon Web Services Elastic Compute Cloud (AWS EC2)
  • Google Cloud Platform (GCP)
  • Microsoft Azure

Alibaba Cloud

NVIDIA vGPU Support
GPU Supported Alibaba Cloud ECS Instances Supported Guest Operating Systems NVIDIA Licensing
Tesla P4 ecs.vgn5i-m1.large ecs.vgn5i-m2.xlarge ecs.vgn5i-m4.2xlarge ecs.vgn5i-m8.4xlarge Microsoft Windows Server 2019 Microsoft Windows Server 2016 1607, 1709 Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 CentOS 7.x (64-bit) Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.5 (64-bit) SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP4/12 SP2 (64-bit) Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (64-bit) BYOL
GPU Pass Through Support
GPU Supported Alibaba Cloud ECS Instances Supported Guest Operating Systems NVIDIA Licensing
Tesla P4 ecs.gn5i-c2g1.large ecs.gn5i-c4g1.xlarge ecs.gn5i-c8g1.2xlarge ecs.gn5i-c16g1.4xlarge ecs.gn5i-c16g1.8xlarge ecs.gn5i-c28g1.14xlarge Windows Server 2019 Windows Server 2016 1607, 1709 Windows Server 2012 R2 CentOS 7.x (64-bit) Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.4/7.5 (64-bit) SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP4/12 SP2 (64-bit) Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (64-bit) BYOL
Tesla P100 ecs.gn5-c4g1.xlarge ecs.gn5-c8g1.2xlarge ecs.gn5-c4g1.2xlarge ecs.gn5-c8g1.4xlarge ecs.gn5-c28g1.7xlarge ecs.gn5-c8g1.8xlarge ecs.gn5-c28g1.14xlarge ecs.gn5-c8g1.14xlarge
Tesla T4 ecs.gn6i-c4g1.xlarge ecs.gn6i-c8g1.2xlarge ecs.gn6i-c16g1.4xlarge ecs.gn6i-c24g1.6xlarge ecs.gn6i-c24g1.12xlarge ecs.gn6i-c24g1.24xlarge ecs.gn6i-c32g1.8xlarge ecs.gn6i-c48g1.12xlarge ecs.gn6i-c72g1.18xlarge
Tesla V100 ecs.gn6v-c8g1.2xlarge ecs.gn6v-c8g1.8xlarge ecs.gn6v-c8g1.16xlarge
Related Alibaba Cloud Documentation

Create a compute optimized instance with GPU vgn5i, light-weight compute optimized type family with GPU Install the GPU driver Install a GRID driver in a GPU-equipped ECS instance (Linux)

Amazon Web Services Elastic Compute Cloud (AWS EC2)

PU Supported AWS EC2 Instances Supported Guest Operating Systems NVIDIA Licensing
Tesla M60 g3.4xlarge g3.8xlarge g3.16xlarge g3s.xlarge Microsoft Windows Server 2019 Microsoft Windows Server 2016 1607, 1709 Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.x (64-bit) Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (64-bit) Provided by AWS
Tesla T4 g4dn.xlarge g4dn.2xlarge g4dn.4xlarge g4dn.8xlarge g4dn.12xlarge g4dn.16xlarge Microsoft Windows Server 2019 Microsoft Windows Server 2016 1607, 1709 Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.x (64-bit) Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (64-bit)
Tesla M60 g3.4xlarge g3.8xlarge g3.16xlarge g3s.xlarge Microsoft Windows Server 2019 Microsoft Windows Server 2016 1607, 1709 Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.x (64-bit) Ubuntu 14.04 LTS/16.04 LTS/18.04 LTS (64-bit) BYOL
Tesla T4 g4dn.xlarge g4dn.2xlarge g4dn.4xlarge g4dn.8xlarge g4dn.12xlarge g4dn.16xlarge Microsoft Windows Server 2019 Microsoft Windows Server 2016 1607, 1709 Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.x (64-bit) Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (64-bit)
Tesla V100 P3.2xlarge P3.8xlarge P3.16xlarge Microsoft Windows Server 2019 Microsoft Windows Server 2016 1607, 1709 Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.x (64-bit) Ubuntu 14.04 LTS/16.04 LTS/18.04 LTS (64-bit)
Related AWS EC2 Documentation

Linux Accelerated Computing Instances Windows Accelerated Computing Instances

Google Cloud Platform (GCP)

GPU Supported GCP Instances Supported Guest Operating Systems NVIDIA Licensing
Tesla P4 Any predefined machine type Any custom machine type that can be created in a zone Microsoft Windows Server 2019 Microsoft Windows Server 2016 1607, 1709 Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.x (64-bit) Ubuntu 16.04 LTS/18.04 LTS (64-bit) Provided by GCP
Tesla P100
Tesla T4
Tesla P4 Any predefined machine type Any custom machine type that can be created in a zone Microsoft Windows Server 2019 Microsoft Windows Server 2016 1607, 1709 Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.x (64-bit) Ubuntu 16.04 LTS/18.04 LTS (64-bit) BYOL
Tesla P100
Tesla T4
Tesla V100
Related GCP Documentation

NVIDIA and Google Cloud Platform GPUs on Compute Engine


Microsoft Azure

GPU Supported Azure Instances Supported Guest Operating Systems NVIDIA Licensing
Tesla M60 NV6 NV12 NV24 NV6s_v2 NV12s_v2 NV24s_v2 Microsoft Windows Server 2019 Microsoft Windows Server 2016 1607, 1709 Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 Microsoft Windows 10 up to H2s Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.6, 7.8, 8.0, 8.1 (64-bit) CentOS-based 7.6, 7.8, 8.0, 8(1911) SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 SP2 Ubuntu 16.04 LTS/18.04 LTS (64-bit) Provided by Microsoft Azure
Tesla T4 NC4as_T4_v3 NC8as_T4_v3 NC16as_T4_v3 NC64as_T4_v3 Microsoft Windows Server 2019 Microsoft Windows Server 2016 1607, 1709 Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 Microsoft Windows 10 up to H2s Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.6, 7.8, 8.0, 8.1 (64-bit) CentOS-based 7.6, 7.8, 8.0, 8(1911) SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 SP2 Ubuntu 16.04 LTS/18.04 LTS (64-bit)
Tesla M60 NV6 NV12 NV24 NV6s_v3 NV12s_v3 NV24s_v3 Microsoft Windows Server 2019 Microsoft Windows Server 2016 1607, 1709 Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 Microsoft Windows 10 up to H2s Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.6, 7.8, 8.0, 8.1 (64-bit) CentOS-based 7.6, 7.8, 8.0, 8(1911) SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 SP2 Ubuntu 16.04 LTS/18.04 LTS (64-bit) BYOL
Tesla P40 ND6s ND12s ND24s
Tesla P100 NC6s_v2 NC12s_v2 NC24s_v2
Tesla V100 NC6s_v3 NC12s_v3 NC24s_v3 ND40rs_v2
Related Microsoft Azure Documentation

GPU optimized virtual machine sizes NVIDIA GPU Driver Extension for Windows NVIDIA GPU Driver Extension for Linux Install NVIDIA GPU drivers on N-series VMs running Windows Install NVIDIA GPU drivers on N-series VMs running Linux

Related NVIDIA Knowledge Base Articles

Known issue: Microsoft Azure Linux image fails to acquire an NVIDIA virtual GPU software license

Supported Hypervisor with migration of vGPU 12.0 across hypervisor

  • XenMotion with vGPU is supported with Citrix XenServer 7.6, 8.0, 8.1
  • vMotion with vGPU is supported with VMware vSphere 6.7 CU2, CU3

Supported VMware vSphere Hypervisor (ESXi) releases:

  • Release 7.0 and compatible updates support vMotion with vGPU and suspend-resume with vGPU.
  • Release 6.7 U1 and compatible updates support vMotion with vGPU and suspend-resume with vGPU.
  • Release 6.7 supports only suspend-resume with vGPU.
  • Releases earlier than 6.7 do not support any form of vGPU migration.

Supported guest OS releases: Windows and Linux

Supported GPUs, that support vGPU Migration Support 

  • Tesla M6
  • Tesla M10
  • Tesla M60
  • Tesla P4
  • Tesla P6
  • Tesla P40
  • Tesla V100 SXM2
  • Tesla V100 SXM2 32GB
  • Tesla V100 PCIe
  • Tesla V100 PCIe 32GB
  • Tesla V100 FHHL
  • Tesla T4
  • RTX6000
  • RTX8000Note: A VM configured with a C-series vGPU on a Quadro RTX 8000 passive or Quadro RTX 6000 passive GPU cannot be migrated between a host that is running a vGPU manager from an NVIDIA vGPU software 12 release and a host running a vGPU manager from an NVIDIA vGPU software 11 release.

What is MULTI-vGPU

Supported Hypervisor with Multiple vGPU support

Following Hypervisors is supported with assigning multiple vGPU to a single VM:

  • VMware vSphere 7.0, 6.7CU3 and later compatible updates only.
  • Citrix Hypervisor 8.2
  • RHEL KVM 7.7, 7.8, 7.9, 8.1, 8.2, 8.3
  • RHV 4.2, 4.3, 4.4

To support applications and workloads that are compute or graphics intensive, multiple vGPUs can be added to a single VM. The assignment of more than one vGPU to a VM is supported only on a subset of vGPUs

Supported vGPUs profile with (Multiple vGPU support functionality)

Only Q-series and C-series time-sliced vGPUs that are allocated all of the physical GPU’s frame buffer are supported. MIG-backed vGPUs are not supported.

GPU Architecture Board vGPU
Ampere (compute workloads only) NVIDIA A100 HGX 80GB A100DX-80C
NVIDIA A100 PCIe 40GB A100-40C
NVIDIA A100 HGX 40GB A100X-40C
Ampere (compute and graphics workloads) NVIDIA A40 A40-48Q
A40-48C
NVIDIA RTX A6000 A6000-48Q
A6000-48C
Turing Tesla T4 T4-16Q
T4-16C
Quadro RTX 6000 RTX6000-24Q
RTX6000-24C
Quadro RTX 6000 passive RTX6000P-24Q
RTX6000P-24C
Quadro RTX 8000 RTX8000-48Q
RTX8000-48C
Quadro RTX 8000 passive RTX8000P-48Q
RTX8000P-48C
Volta Tesla V100 SXM2 32GB V100DX-32Q
V100D-32C
Tesla V100 PCIe 32GB V100D-32Q
V100D-32C
Tesla V100S PCIe 32GB V100S-32Q
V100S-32C
Tesla V100 SXM2 V100X-16Q
V100X-16C
Tesla V100 PCIe V100-16Q
V100-16C
Tesla V100 FHHL V100L-16Q
V100L-16C
Pascal Tesla P100 SXM2 P100X-16Q
P100X-16C
Tesla P100 PCIe 16GB P100-16Q
P100-16C
Tesla P100 PCIe 12GB P100C-12Q
P100C-12C
Tesla P40 P40-24Q
P40-24C
Tesla P6 P6-16Q
P6-16C
Tesla P4 P4-8Q
P4-8C
Maxwell Tesla M60 M60-8Q
Tesla M10 M10-8Q
Tesla M6 M6-8Q

Maximum vGPUs per VM

NVIDIA vGPU software supports up to a maximum of 16 vGPUs per VM on VMware vSphere, Citrix Hypervisor, RHV or Red Hat Enterprise Linux with KVM.

Peer-to-Peer CUDA transfer over NVLink support

Peer-to-peer CUDA transfers enable device memory between vGPUs on different GPUs that are assigned to the same VM to be accessed from within the CUDA kernels. NVLink is a high-bandwidth interconnect that enables fast communication between such vGPUs. Peer-to-Peer CUDA Transfers over NVLink is supported only on a subset of vGPUs

Supported Hypervisor

Peer-to-Peer CUDA Transfers over NVLink are supported on all hypervisor releases that support the assignment of more than one vGPU to a VM

Supported Guest OS Releases

Linux only. Peer-to-Peer CUDA Transfers over NVLink are not supported on Windows.

Supported vGPUs

Only Q-series and C-series time-sliced vGPUs that are allocated all of the physical GPU’s frame buffer on physical GPUs that support NVLink are supported.

GPU Architecture Board vGPU
Ampere (compute workloads only) NVIDIA A100 HGX 80GB A100DX-80C
NVIDIA A100 PCIe 40GB A100-40C
NVIDIA A100 HGX 40GB A100X-40C
Ampere (compute and graphics workloads) NVIDIA A40 A40-48Q
A40-48C
NVIDIA RTX A6000 A6000-48Q
A6000-48C
Turing Quadro RTX 6000 RTX6000-24Q
RTX6000-24C
Quadro RTX 6000 passive RTX6000P-24Q
RTX6000P-24C
Quadro RTX 8000 RTX8000-48Q
RTX8000-48C
Quadro RTX 8000 passive RTX8000P-48Q
RTX8000P-48C
Volta Tesla V100 SXM2 32GB V100DX-32Q
V100DX-32C
Tesla V100 SXM2 V100X-16Q
V100X-16C
Pascal Tesla P100 SXM2 P100X-16Q
P100X-16C
Note:
  1. Supported only on the following hardware:
    • NVIDIA HGX™ A100 4-GPU baseboard with four fully connected GPUs
    • NVIDIA HGX A100 8-GPU baseboards with eight fully connected GPUs

Whats new in NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager 460.32.04

Included in this release are available for following hypervisors.

  • NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager versions 460.32.04. for Citrix XenServer 8.2
  • NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager versions 460.32.04. for Citrix XenServer 7.1
  • NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager versions 460.32.04. for Citrix XenServer 7.0
  • NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager version 460.32.04 for VMware vSphere 7.0 Hypervisor (ESXi)
  • NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager version 460.32.04 for VMware vSphere 6.7 Hypervisor (ESXi)
  • NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager version 460.32.04 for VMware vSphere 6.5 Hypervisor (ESXi)
  • NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager version 460.32.04 for Red Hat Enterprise Linux with KVM 7.7, 7.8, 7.9, 8.1, 8.2, 8.3
  • NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager version 460.32.04 for Red Hat Virtualization RHV 4.2, 4.3, 4.4

Windows Guest OS support in NVIDIA vGPU 12.0 – 461.09

NVIDIA vGPU 461.09 supports following Windows release as a guest OS

  • Microsoft Windows 10 (64bit)

    Windows 10 October 2020 Update (20H2) and all Windows 10 releases supported by Microsoft up to and including this release

    The hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling feature introduced in Windows 10 May 2020 Update (2004) is not supported on GPUs based on the Maxwell architecture and is supported only in pass-through mode on GPUs based on later architectures.

  • Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 (not supported on GPUs based on architectures after the NVIDIA Turing™ architecture)
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2016 (1607, 1709)
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2019

Linux Guest OS support in NVIDIA vGPU 12.0 – 460.32.03

NVIDIA vGPU 440.43 supports following Linux distributions as a guest OS only on supported Tesla GPUs

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.7,7.8,7.9,8.1,8.2,8.3
  • CentOS 7.6, 7.8, 8.0, 8 1911
  • Ubuntu 20.04 LTS
  • Ubuntu 18.04 LTS
  • Ubuntu 16.04 LTS
  • Ubuntu 14.04 LTS

Source

https://docs.nvidia.com

https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/drivers/vgpu-software-driver

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