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What is Virtu MVP 2.0 and How Does It Enhance Your Gaming Experience?

If you are a PC gamer, you might have heard of Virtu MVP, a software suite that allows you to use both your integrated and discrete graphics cards simultaneously for better performance and power efficiency. But what exactly is Virtu MVP and how does it work? And what are the benefits of using the latest version, Virtu MVP 2.0? In this article, we will answer these questions and more.

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What is Virtu MVP?

Virtu MVP is a software solution developed by LucidLogix, an Israeli start-up company that specializes in GPU virtualization technology. Virtu MVP stands for Multi-View Processing, and it enables your PC to dynamically balance the workload between your Intel processor graphics (iGPU) and your discrete graphics card (dGPU), whether it is from NVIDIA or AMD. This way, you can enjoy the best of both worlds: the media features of the iGPU, such as QuickSync video encoding, and the high-end features of the dGPU, such as DirectX 11 3D and anti-aliasing.

Virtu MVP works by creating a virtual display that connects to both the iGPU and the dGPU. The software then decides which graphics processor should handle each task, based on the application's requirements and the user's preferences. For example, if you are playing a game that supports DirectX 11, Virtu MVP will assign the dGPU to render the game, while the iGPU can handle other tasks in the background, such as video streaming or web browsing. This way, you can get the maximum performance from your dGPU without wasting its power when it is not needed.

What is new in Virtu MVP 2.0?

Virtu MVP 2.0 is the latest version of the software suite, and it introduces some new features and improvements over the original version. According to LucidLogix, Virtu MVP 2.0 offers improved visual quality and responsiveness, a new animated graphical user interface with .Net 4, support for multiple languages, integration with Windows 8, and enhancement for Intel Core processors .

In addition to the basic GPU virtualization feature, Virtu MVP 2.0 also includes two optional features that can further enhance your gaming experience: Virtual Vsync and HyperFormance.

Virtual Vsync

Virtual Vsync is a feature that eliminates screen tearing without sacrificing frame rate. Screen tearing is a visual artifact that occurs when the frame rate of the game exceeds the refresh rate of the monitor, causing parts of two or more frames to be displayed at the same time. This can result in a distorted or stuttering image that can ruin your immersion.

One way to prevent screen tearing is to enable Vsync (vertical synchronization), which synchronizes the frame rate of the game with the refresh rate of the monitor. However, this can also introduce input lag and performance drops, especially if your frame rate falls below the refresh rate.

Virtual Vsync solves this problem by using the iGPU to smooth out the frames produced by the dGPU before sending them to the monitor. This way, you can enjoy a tear-free image without compromising your frame rate or responsiveness .


HyperFormance is a feature that boosts your game responsiveness by reducing GPU rendering latency. GPU rendering latency is the time it takes for the GPU to process a frame after receiving it from the CPU. The longer this time is, the more input lag you will experience, which can affect your reaction time and accuracy in fast-paced games.

HyperFormance works by predicting your next frame based on your mouse and keyboard inputs, and then instructing the dGPU to skip rendering unnecessary frames that would otherwise cause latency. This way, you can get a more responsive and fluid gameplay experience .

How to get Virtu MVP 2.0?

Virtu MVP 2.0 is compatible with any PC that has an Intel Sandy Bridge or Ivy Bridge processor, a matching motherboard, and an NVIDIA or AMD discrete graphics card with at least 2GB of memory. You also need to have Windows 7 or Windows 8 installed in either 32-bit or 64-bit mode.

Virtu MVP 2.0 is available in three models: Basic, Standard, and Pro, which cost $34.99, $44.99, and $54.99 respectively. The Basic model includes the GPU virtualization feature only, the Standard model adds the Virtual Vsync feature, and the Pro model includes both Virtual Vsync and HyperFormance features. You can buy Virtu MVP 2.0 directly from LucidLogix's online shop , or from some laptop and motherboard partners that offer it pre-installed.

If you want to try Virtu MVP 2.0 before you buy, you can also download a free 30-day trial from LucidLogix's website . However, you should hurry up, as LucidLogix says that these are special launch prices that might change in the future.


Virtu MVP 2.0 is a software suite that allows you to use both your integrated and discrete graphics cards simultaneously for better performance and power efficiency. It also offers some features that can improve your gaming experience, such as Virtual Vsync and HyperFormance. If you have a compatible PC and want to get the most out of your graphics hardware, you might want to give Virtu MVP 2.0 a try.


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