Well, I got Virtu MVP to finally work. I had to do a complete reinstall since I screwed up my driver installation order.
I pretty much did it in the following order using the drivers on Gigabyte's motherboard website:
1. Windows 7 Installation (Pre-installed Intel Raid Drivers)
2. Intel Management Engine Interface
3. Intel INF Installation
4. Intel Rapid Storage Technology
5. Intel VGA Driver
5. Marvell Sata controller
6. Marvel Storage Utility (I don't think this one is necessary)
7. Intel LAN Driver
8. Atheros LAN Driver
9. Intel USB 3.0 Driver
10. Wireless Drivers
11. Nvidia Drivers (270.?? WQHL)
All of my display outputs are working properly now. I think LucidVirtu MVP has some issues with some more of the recent Nvidia drivers, so I took Sin's advice and rolled some older drivers to much success. I hope this helps anyone else.
Thanks again to Sin for the help and recommendation. This motherboard is awesome (Z77-UD5). Its boot time is significantly faster than its P67 counterparts I used.