Last updated：2020-12-18 10:56:45
GPU has more Arithmetic Logic Units (ALUs), supports parallel computing, and can perform multithreaded massively parallel computing.
No. The configuration for a GEC instance is fixed. It cannot be upgraded or downgraded.
Yes. A GEC instance is added to a VPC by default and can communicate with KEC and EPC instances in the VPC.
Windows Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) does not support applications such as DirectX and OpenGL, and might cause the following problems:
To resolve the problem, you can install the VNC service. For example, you can install software TightVNC.
It is recommended that you change the port to a different commonly used port, such as 8080 or 443.
The console VNC is connected to the default output screen of the system by default. A vGPU instance has a second high-definition output screen by default. Once the screen is set as the primary screen, it is easy to cause a mapping error. A mapping error will cause a black screen, a blue screen, or a stuck screen for the VNC connection of the console.
To restore the console VNC connection, connect to the vGPU instance through Windows RDP, and deactivate the Universal Plug and Play Monitor in Monitor of Device Manager.
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