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Old 1st April 2011, 17:57   #1
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Default Intel licenses Lucid's Virtu software for Sandy Bridge mobos

Intel motherboards tend to be shunned by enthusiasts, but select models based on H67 and upcoming Z68 chipsets will look a little more appealing thanks Lucid Technologies' Virtu software. Showcased at CES earlier this year, Virtu allows users to enjoy to enjoy the Quick Sync video transcoding mojo built into Sandy Bridge CPUs while running a discrete graphics card. Without the software, Sandy's transcoding logic can only be tapped by systems running off the CPU's integrated graphics processor.

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