System: 3570K with Gigabyte GA-Z77-D3H and AMD 7950, playing at 1080p. I made this system for a reasonably high-end gaming system, and have been very satisfied.
For this system, what are the community's thoughts about installing Virtu MVP? Would it yield any real benefit, or would the only benefit be in power savings (not a huge priority to me)?
I suppose that I hesitate because this has been a superbly nimble, stable system, and I have some hesitation about adding that layer of virtualization between the GPU and the OS--making the pipes more complicated on purpose seems a good way to stop them up faster, to misquote Scotty.
Also, I read that Virtu MVP has just released a new, for-pay version. If Virtu MVP is a Good Thing at all, what about the upgrade--what is the benefit and is it worth the cost?
Yeah I got to agree with the guys who ever tried it here. Tried it myself, it had weird glitch in almost all the games I tried. Seriously, it probably wouldn't go well for you either. You can try it though, and if you found out that it's not good, just reinstall it.