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Lucid Virtu MVP testing ...

Discussion in 'General Software and Applications' started by krpetrov, Mar 9, 2012.

  1. krpetrov

    krpetrov Master Guru

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    I just downloaded and run some benchmarks with new Lucid Virtu MVP!

    I used Asrock Z77 Pro4 Lucid Virtu Utility 2.1.110a for Windows 7 x64
    with my Asrock Z68 pro board and it works.

    My 3dmark score jumped from P18000 to P25000 points. I am truly shocked!
    The score go high but I get a micro stuttring issue probabl driver problem.

    Also try Skyrim and it works too.


    Please try this and comment it
     
  2. krpetrov

    krpetrov Master Guru

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    Mass improvement in 3dmark 11 too,.
     
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    krpetrov Master Guru

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    FULMTL Ancient Guru

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    Only works on Z77 boards?
     
  6. krpetrov

    krpetrov Master Guru

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    It works on my Z68
     
  7. krpetrov

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    Heaven DX11 Benchmark 3.0 rise from 1033 points to 1124 points.
    The stutturing issue remains. Anyone find a way to fix this ?
     
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    carefull down loading from that site, Comodo on my computer has caught trojans in the files.
     
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  9. krpetrov

    krpetrov Master Guru

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    Nod32 shows nothing
     
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    Anyone care too share opinions ?
     
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  11. krpetrov

    krpetrov Master Guru

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    I still cannot find a way to fix micro stuttering effect !? Can anyone help with this?
     
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    I take it your motherboard is this one:
    http://www.asrock.com/mb/overview.asp?Model=Z68 Pro3

    In the feature list:

    Lucid Virtu™
    With Lucid Virtu software, next-generation PCs with 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ processor platforms will dynamically assign tasks in real time to the best available graphics resource based on power, performance and features.


    Listed under the downloads:
    Windows® 7 64bit
    5.82MBLucid Virtu ver:1.2.102.17134


    So its no surprise the utility works for you :) You have to have the Lucid chip to make use of the GPU's in this fashion. Asrock is like any other manufacturer, they almost always don't list the latest versions of third party apps and drivers, or update the downloads of each motherboard on each driver/app release. It just shows its well worth staying up to date :)
     
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  13. krpetrov

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    Tha MVP feature is something new and it is not supported by the driver you listed. It is stated that will work for future intel chipset z77 but i found thAt it also work with z68.
     
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    http://www.lucidlogix.com/product-virtu-mvp.html Well technically it was suppose to start off with Z68/H67/H61.
    So if they end up not fully supporting the older chipsets then they're just in it for the money :p
     
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    It really works. With it I get 6300 points in 3dmark 11 with my 5850 from previously 4200 points. That is incredible. This technology works and work on Z68 also ! I hope more games support it soon.
     

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    Good results so far, was surprised at first, these are just synthetic benchmarks, will test games later :)

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    @ASRock Z68 owners : Virtu MVP is licenced or 30 days trial (check About tab) ?

    I installed lat week Virtu MVP from ASRock ftp on my ASUS P8Z68-V 0902 BIOS and works only as trial.
     
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    Yes. It is trial but arent we eligable of getting it licenced as Lucid Hydra is a major part of Z68?! I dont know!
     
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    Same boost of performance for me! I think a will skip video card upgrade for a while!!!:)
     
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    Well many of us were testing it at overclock.net and it seemed to favor benchmarks rather than actual game tests. We didn't see much improvements in games though we tried the same benchmark they used on the youtube video and got similar results. You can also tell by the programs they list on the control panel that they have most of 3dmark benchmarks and in game benchmarks as supported so have to wait till official release or future updates to see if they actually improve anything. The idea behind it is good but so far we haven't really seen actual concrete improvements, only on benchmarks.
     

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