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Lucid MVP Before and After 3dmark vantage with gtx 680

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So I thought I would tell you guys a bit about what I did today. So I recently bought my gtx 680 and I originally installed the Luicd MVP program that came with my disc for my motherboard and then I uninstalled it because I didnt full understand it. But After my friend ran his 3dmark vantage performance settings (free edition) he got 54000 ±. I only got 34000±. So after installing the newest version of Lucid MVP my 3dmark vantage wouldnt even run. So then I installed the version again that came with my motherboard disc (2.1.111.21241). After running it I got 55000 ±. Here are my scores before and after. I thought maybe this could help someone and I would like your guys thoughts about if you have used this or not, what version you have used and if it has helped?


http://www.3dmark.com/3dmv/4401624 BEFORE


http://www.3dmark.com/3dmv/4401669 AFTER


http://www.3dmark.com/3dmv/4401583 This is his score.
Edited by mustbaj - 11/15/12 at 8:58pm
    
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Wish I could use Virtu MVP since I would benefit from it since the GPU in my CPU is pretty powerful :3 but sadly no SLI support for what I want it to do. I'll probably be ditching SLI when the 700 series comes out for a 780 or so, so I will probably try it then.
    
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Ya but I also learned that if I wanted to use the newest version of vitru I have to use a whql release of drivers. Which right now are only 301.42

So I hope that virtu updates their software soon to support a newer nvidia driver version.
    
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