Try running through your IGP Virtu enabled , do a quick transcode using QuickSync, and then start a game, or benchmark. It operates in i-Mode, or d-Mode, based on which video output you’re using. Apr 21, 1, 0 0. This will result in a wholly inferior game experience. Double-click one of the. Something that doesn’t get 60 fps to start with. Would have held out and just waited for Ivy Bridge if I’d know there was a chance motherboards could be doing away with input lag and triple buffering.

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Lucid Virtu MVP (HyperFormance) Tested with ASRock Z77 and Intel Ivy Bridge

Remez told us Lucid has a host of patents in the works related to this technology, as llucid might expect. It seem like your just stressing you gpu for no reason, correct me if I’m wrong but the game is still displaying at 60hz so you’re rendering tons of frames that are then dumped away. So let’s pretend I’m a guy who plays a very high resolutions, play with a lot of settings maxed out plus a healthy dose of unspecified anti-aliasing that is tailored to at least hit the 60FPS mark Rarely goes over – What will this tech do for me?

We had a chance to talk to Lucid about HyperFormance and Virtual Vsync in more detail, and have updated our article accordingly. Frame rates of 80 and FPS are very much preferable. It never really kicked off for the most part and we haven’t heard heaps about them for a little bit.


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BoobPhysics Banned Mar 12, Would have held out and just waited for Ivy Bridge if I’d know there was a chance motherboards could be doing away with input lag and triple buffering. Sep 15, 4, 0 0. I would like to see this with a game that actually stresses a gpu.

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Apr 9, 18, 0 0 Denmark. Lucid takes advantage of this disparity and eliminates redundant rendering tasks and predicts potential synchronization issues in the graphics delivery pipeline and intelligently removes and or replaces them for better game control.

Check out the links below for a breakdown, or just watch the video demo for an idea of what to expect. Jun 14, 17, 0 0.

Jun 15, 17, 0 0 Calgary, AB. By responsiveness we mean how well the game actually responds to your mouse and keyboard, a key factor that contributes greatly to a better overall gaming experience. Together with improved power management, Virtu MVP: This Software lucud licensed for use only in conjunction with Intel motherboard products. Lucid Virtu Users Guide v1 2 Universal.

Lucid Virtu MVP: What it is, and why you’ll want it on your Intel/AMD motherboard | NeoGAF

Lucid contends that their solution can handle these issues without buffering additional frames – and thereby without increasing input lag – and it will be interesting to put this to the test once Virtu Universal MVP finally ships. Find other vidtu and computer products like this over at Amazon Canada’s website. Skeyser Member Mar 11, Something that doesn’t get 60 fps to start with. Sep 24, 30, 0 0 Oregon.


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Will certainly keep an eye on this though. DieH rd Banned Mar 12, Tworak Member Mar 10, EXE files just unzipped, depending on your operating system: Feb 27, 0 Earth. The end goal is to display as new a frame as possible, as waiting for refreshes and having multiple frames in the rendering pipeline both contribute to input lag.

Hopefully they will release some variation of this software for “discrete only” PC configurations. For everyone else, this may be something you’ll want to keep in mind for your gaming builds. Except as otherwise expressly provided, Intel grants no express or implied right under Intel patents, copyrights, trademarks, or other intellectual property rights.