Lucid Virtu MVP - Quick question regarding Virtual VSync

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by SlackerITGuy, Dec 30, 2012.

  1. stevvie

    stevvie Member Guru

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    so has any body worked out if it worth buying mvp2 if you have a Z77 mobo ? What does mvp2 give you over the oem version ?
     
  2. chris68

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    Yes I have a Gigabyte Z77-D3H mobo and (unfortunately) bought MVP 2.0 Pro Edition.
    Other than more beautiful program interface I didn't see anything better worth buying it.
    I say unfortunately because after 2 windows formats (problem with my VGA, bad VRAM ) trying to reactivate the program lead me to a disabled key :-(.
    At the end I lost my money $55.99 , with no answer after 3 mails to their support.It seems they don't care much about their customers...
     
  3. Supertribble

    Supertribble Master Guru

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    Er, will this work with my P8Z68 board?

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    Just tried to install it but it said integrated graphic adapter not installed. Why would I want to use the HD3000 POS?
     
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  4. CSF90

    CSF90 Master Guru

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    Do you not know what this program does? :3eyes:
     

  5. Supertribble

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    Nope.

    wait.

    It allows for vsync above the refresh rate of the display?
     
  6. CSF90

    CSF90 Master Guru

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    Well, yes. But another of its key features is the 'virtual graphics' thing which, by my understanding, uses on-board graphics when dedicated graphics are deemed surplus to requirements to save even more power. So you'd need your integrated graphics drivers install for this to work.

    http://www.lucidlogix.com/technology-virtual-graphics.html
     

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