LucidLogix Virtu MVP and Frames Dropoff

Hi,

I have a I7 2600K and 2x GTX670 running in SLI. I tried to plug my monitor directly into the motherboard so I can take advantage of the great video encoding of the integrated GPU using LucidLogix Virtu MVP. I read that I would lose between 3% to 5% 3D performance. When I ran 3DMark I am losing more then half FPS. Do you know if I am suppose to do something else to increase my graphic cards performance? Thank you.

David
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  1. I think I found out the answer to my own question. The LucidLogix software does not work with dual GPUs (Crossfire/SLI).

    Daivd
  2. davidst95 said:
    I think I found out the answer to my own question. The LucidLogix software does not work with dual GPUs (Crossfire/SLI).

    Daivd

    That would make sense... LucidLogix Virtu MVP is great but introduces even more software/driver headaches, so it comes as no surprise that multi-GPU systems are not supported. I would have loved to use it too but I didn't even try because I knew it would just give me headaches.
  3. all the best....virtu mvp can only enhance video encoding and stuff like that.

    d-gpu is the best for game play
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