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Virtu MVP will be available on new/high-end Intel and AMD platforms
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1.HyperFormance™ : A new technology which combines integrated and discrete graphics for uncompromised performance and improves gaming frame rates 30-70%. Special highlight here is that HyperFormance is also supported with both ATI™ and NVIDIA® graphics cards.

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Virtues MVP is a new technology from Lucid will be available for most cards based on Intel Z77. To do this requires a license in the BIOS makes me think the old boards based on Intel P67 / Z68 will not get a BIOS update to support it. Novelty for MVP Virtue is the option that can work both HyperFormance i-Mode and in d-mode, reducing the GPU work by determining that the frames to be rendered or not. It is much to discuss on this issue and we will do after we test this technology in more detail, until then we only say that promises significant improvement in gaming experiences.

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P.S. i might as well pass on new GPU and upgrade to IB biggrin.gif

Edited by coolhandluke41 - 3/9/12 at 3:04pm
    
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Virtual Vsync.
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So it actually increases above what both are capable of dishing out separately? Awesome!
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APU GPU + any other GPU = extra performance - no 6670 limit.  If this hopefully works, genius!

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never mind I just read that I need a new MOBO for this. Forget it


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MVP takes your iGPU and makes it do the output buffering for your GPU, so your GPU doesn't have to produce the final image output, so you plug into the board an the iGPU handles it.
Next it does some advanced Z-Culling which is removing frames/parts of frames that the user will never see but that usually get processed.
It also works in responsiveness of your input devices somehow, but it isn't very clear as to how it does this, but it probably has to do with the elimination discretion.

Benchmarks for GPUs calculate the amount of time to process all frames, however when you play a game the experience is determine by the speed of the scenes Independent of the fact that not all frames or not all parts of the frame are processed.

Example if frames that get thrown out of the que:
Duplicates basically are about it.

Example of eliminated pixels by z-culling that is already part of your GPU= image behind a tree.

The issue is that you can only view so many frames per second, so MVP eliminates frames you will never be able to see, however it has to be designed very well to not reduce image quality. From what I saw at IDF in 2011 i couldn't tell the difference while they were benching.

However it is hard to determine exactly how well things are done, I will have a nice analysis upon release, this is all I can say right now.

However you can goto lucid's site and read their whitepaper.

I think this will be good for online gaming and GPU limited systems. If speed is what you want this is what you can get.
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MVP takes your iGPU and makes it do the output buffering for your GPU, so your GPU doesn't have to produce the final image output, so you plug into the board an the iGPU handles it.
Next it does some advanced Z-Culling which is removing frames/parts of frames that the user will never see but that usually get processed.
It also works in responsiveness of your input devices somehow, but it isn't very clear as to how it does this, but it probably has to do with the elimination discretion.
Benchmarks for GPUs calculate the amount of time to process all frames, however when you play a game the experience is determine by the speed of the scenes Independent of the fact that not all frames or not all parts of the frame are processed.
Example if frames that get thrown out of the que:
Duplicates basically are about it.
Example of eliminated pixels by z-culling that is already part of your GPU= image behind a tree.
The issue is that you can only view so many frames per second, so MVP eliminates frames you will never be able to see, however it has to be designed very well to not reduce image quality. From what I saw at IDF in 2011 i couldn't tell the difference while they were benching.
However it is hard to determine exactly how well things are done, I will have a nice analysis upon release, this is all I can say right now.
However you can goto lucid's site and read their whitepaper.
I think this will be good for online gaming and GPU limited systems. If speed is what you want this is what you can get.

Thanks for the explanation. +Rep.
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I'm totally lost. What does Asrock have to do with the ASUS board in the source? And why does it say AMD MB in the title when this is pointing at the Intel side? thinking.gifconfused.gif
    
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soooooooo all I need is a z77 board and I can use this technology and get a nice performance?
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