TGX Microsoft® Windows® Linux Apple® Mac OS X® TGX Sender 7, 8, 8.1, 10, Server 2008R2, 2012 RHEL® 6 & 7, Ubuntu™ 16 and derivatives Unsupported TGX Receiver 7, 8, 8.1, 10 RHEL® 6
TGX Windows® Linux Mac OS X® TGX Sender NVIDIA Quadro® (Kepler or better) NVIDIA GRID® (pass-thru and vGPU) NVIDIA GeForce® GTX Intel HD®, Iris®, Iris Pro® NVIDIA Quadro® (Kepler or better) NVIDIA GRID® (pass-thru
TGX Sender Graphics Card Driver NVIDIA Quadro Kepler or better, NVIDIA GRID (pass-thru) R346 (minimum) 354.99 (recommended) NVIDIA GRID (vGPU) Latest available from NVIDIA website (recommended) NVIDIA GTX Latest available from NVIDIA website (recommended)
TGX supports human interface USB devices (HID), including 3D mice, drawing tablets, and joysticks, for Windows Senders and Receivers. See the User Guide for details.
Yes, TGX can deliver 4K desktops and higher on modern NVIDIA and Intel hardware. Optimal performance requires an NVIDIA Quadro (Kepler, Maxwell or Pascal) graphics processor in the Sender and modern NVIDIA or Intel
Yes, TGX has been demonstrated to work in Amazon AWS, Google Cloud, and Microsoft Azure, on GPU-enabled instances.
TGX does support multiple GPUs, assuming the configuration is supported by the hardware vendor.
All Receivers provide playback support. TGX encodes and plays in 44.1 kHz stereo. Sound is only provided one way, from Sender to Receiver.
TGX cannot display HDCP content. Any window with HDCP content will display as a black box.
Yes, TGX is being developed to utilize as many hardware optimizations as possible, on all platforms.