So I finally made a jump I've been wanting to make for years a few weeks ago, I moved my main work machine to Linux. Everything I run for work generally end up being some Debian derivative, and needing a LTS (long term support) distribution I ended up with Elementary OS. I was close to running a "bleeding edge" Arch Linux set-up, but caved to the sensible route. I love it, I love my new work flow and I'm happily jumping in and out of virtual machines for Mac/Windows apps when needed, but I've hit a huge problem. I just don't have the performance I need out of Photoshop. I've a pretty beastly rig, the noteworthy parts (full spec): Part of the performance is down to currently pulling all my work files remotely from the home server (21TB server on a 152MB line), that can't so much be helped, but I can work locally and upload manually when needed. The rest is all down to limitations of my VM software. I'm running Photoshop CC on a Windows 7 instance through Virtualbox, I'm limited to 256MB of virtual video memory. Given that I have a really high-end graphics card, there's got to be a way to harness more of that power? I'm simply not able to work well on several hundred MB website PSDs and other large format documents. Anyone know of other VM software that will allow me to utilise my hardware better? Or alternatively, could I dedicate another physical graphics card to the VM? Kinda a long shot on here, but thought it worth asking.