We’re told that 3DMark is one of the best examples for illustrating the improvement available through Virtu MVP’s HyperFormance mode. We'll move beyond this synthetic metric on the next page. But for now, let's see how the numbers evolve.
Consistent performance in 3DMark’s Physics test proves that Virtu MVP is responsible for little if any CPU overhead. Minimal losses for Virtual Vsync mode are more than overcome by HyperFormance, and combining the two technologies appears to create an optimal 3DMark viewing experience.
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- MVP Is Much More Than Virtu
- Test Settings And Benchmarks
- Benchmark Results: Z77 Versus Z68 In 3D Games
- Benchmark Results: Z77 Versus Z68 In Applications
- Power, Heat, And Efficiency
- HyperFormance, Virtual Vsync, And 3DMark
- HyperFormance And Virtual Vsync In Games
- Z77 Is Only Half Of The Story