Best way to run VM for Fedora 37?

I’m wanting to run VM’s on my fedora 37 workstation.

I’m using the “boxes” application for my VM’s as of now.

Any better suggestions other than Vmware?

Is there any way to make VM’s display 165hz?

I think that virtualbox has better GPU support, although I do not even know if fedora supports 165 hz.

Hello! Like @BillGatesSux I would recommend Virtualbox because of its customizability. However, no VM platform can give you direct access to the graphics adapter and as such you do not get access to all of the features of your physical graphics card so anything above 60hz is impossible. I hope that you found this helpful, and sorry for the inconvenience :slight_smile:


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