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04-05-2012, 02:11 PM
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06-02-2013, 11:34 PM
That article Lucid Virtu MVP (HyperFormance) Tested with ASRock Z77 and Intel Ivy Bridge :: TweakTown (http://www.tweaktown.com/articles/4651/lucid_virtu_mvp_hyperformance_tested_with_asrock_z 77_and_intel_ivy_bridge/index.html)
was Posted: Apr 5, 2012 6:11 am
I've just read it as I am seeking advice on using Virtu MVP in the near future - have things improved with Virtu MVP over the last year? There have been 4 driver updates in that period lucidlogix with GPU Solution (http://lucidlogix.com/driverdownloads-mvp.shtml)
I have an i5 3570k on an Asus P8Z77-V LX with 8GB RAM. I am thinking about adding a discrete graphics card and using the LucidLogix Virtu MVP
I have read the on-chip HD4000 compares to a HD6450 (or GTX 560Ti ?) and that using a discrete card equivalent to the on-chip would provide best effects through Virtu MVP. The ASUS mobo user guide states Virtu MVP "supports NVIDIA GF4xx/5xx series and AMD HD5xxx/6xxx series graphics cards"

Is there an optimum card, is the HD6450 or equivalent it? Or id Virtu MVP still best avoided?