PCoIP Remote Workstation Card Requirements¶
The PCoIP Remote Workstation Card has few requirements other than being used in a host PC that supports PCIe x1 devices.
|Operating System||Windows or Linux||If using features requiring the Remote Workstation Card Software, the PC must be Windows or Linux based|
|Hardware Interface||Available PCIe x1|
|GPU||Video port||At minimum, the same number of ports to match the number of monitors in your deployment (up to 4)
Ports must support dual data rates to obtain maximum Remote Workstation Card resolution
|Resolution||GPU must support the resolution used in your deployment (up to 3840x2160 @ 30 Hz)|
|Video Port Cables||miniDP to DP or miniDP to DVI||High resolution configurations to a GPU with DVI ports may require active cables|
|Remote Workstation Card Firmware||Matching client release||See release notes for compatible clients|
Connecting Monitors to your Workstation
PCoIP sessions to Remote Workstation Cards when monitors are connected on the local workstation are not supported.
|Firmware||4K firmware 20.01 or newer|
|Model||Mini DisplayPort model of a quad (TERA2240) or dual (TERA2220) Remote Workstation Card|
|GPU||The GPU on the workstation must support 4K UHD|
Bandwidth, Build to Lossless, and timing behavior
For the best user experience, a 1 Gb connection between the client and host is recommended
With 4K firmware, the Remote Workstation Card Build to Lossless feature is disabled when using 4K resolutions
4K @ 60 Hz timings are not supported. The client will search for a 4K @ 30 Hz timing instead.