I am looking into reformatting my computer. I would really love to get rid of Windows finally and only use Linux for gaming/work. Sadly I am not sure this is close enough to be a reality yet.
I am looking into setting up some hypervisor form of software where I can easily switch between Windows and Linux without rebooting my machine for ease of use. My only concern/problem is getting optimal performance on my Nvidia SLI 980 setup for when I want to play games on Windows.
From what I have been reading online Nvidia has some pass-through technology being worked on but it is not yet available to the public. Are there any pass-through methods available or something that will help me to get the best performance out of these cards if I want to play a very graphic intensive game still?
I would prefer to stay away from running a virtual machine in one operating system for the other for security/performance reasons.