Start with Windows 10 Professional (64-bit) and add the Hyper-V component. You can find the Hyper-V Manager in the Administrative Tools folder.
Create a Virtual Machine. For this test, a Generation 2 Virtual Machine was used with .VHDX virtual Hard Disk.
In the Hyper-V Settings, click on Physical GPUs and select a GPU from the list. Enable the checkbox to Use this GPU with RemoteFX.
For the Virtual Machine settings, Add Hardware and add the RemoteFX 3D Video Adapter.
You can go up to 1GB GDDR for the VM.
Launch the VM. The Device Manger should show Microsoft RemoteFX Grpahics Device – WDDM.
After doing Windows Updates, this driver version shows up: 10.0.14393.0
You can check the Graphics Adapter using a Basic Session (Enhanced Session is just a Remote Desktop Connection).
Check to make sure the dedicated video memory is correct as assigned in the Hyper-V Manager.
DirectX Diagnostics shows some useful information.
The Display tab shows Direct3D Acceleration enabled!
GPUz doesn’t show any useful information though.
We have MapleStory running in VirtualBox with the registry fix, hopefully we can run MapleStory in Hyper-V without any hacks.