Hyperv - support for hardware

With Virtual Server/Virtual PC the guest sessions were very restricted as far as hardware support for higher end video cards and sound cards.  How does Hyperv stack up?
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HyperV is limited in the same way. If you want to use high end video cards you are not going to access it through a VM. Sorry for the bad news.
Good luck.
lineonecorpAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the bad news.  Is there a list of supported hardware somewhere that you know of?
Here are the requirements for HyperV:
You can get more information about HyperV here:
Good luck.

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1) Go to http://www.windowsservercatalog.com/
2) Click on "Certified Servers"
3) Click on Hyper-V under "Additional qualifications" section
4) Now you can find the list of Hyper-V enabled hardware from various vendors
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