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Originally Posted by Chaoskidd
anyone knows how to get higher graphic than 128mb on the virtual machine?
also, what is the different of 1 and 2 cores, I dont see any different for that. Ram is useful or not for vm ware. (for lunia's speed only).
usually, i turn on 1 or 2 vm with one main client, and i have enough ram to share with to the vm.
spec: Quad core 2.3GHz
RAM: 8G
Graphic: geforce 9800
You can go higher in video power, but it's obvious your video card can't share any more then 128mb.
I use the same model at 512, but even if I could go over 128, I wouldn't do so because that just takes away from the primary OS.

1 or 2 cores make a major difference in multitasking.
If your intent is to just run lunia alone, then the single core does the job.
If you plan to run shitloads of applications, then 2 is your better choice.

1GB of RAM is enough for any VM to run optically, but since you can spare 2 without sacrificing primary performance, the extra GB is a bonus which can help lunia run more smoothly.

You should only be running 1 VM at a time unless you want to blow 50~75% of your primary operating power, which may and most likely overheat your system and cause strong latency on your network.
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