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|1st March 2012, 07:08||#1|
Join Date: May 2010
Is Lucid's Virtu MVP the next big thing for gaming?
We have as yet to see LucidLogix's new Virtu MVP software in action, but if we're to believe a blog post on Gigabyte's (un)official blog, then we're looking at something that every single gamer will want to get in on. Lucid's logo for Virtu MVP simply states Universal GPU Virtualization, but the way we're hearing it, this is way beyond anything the company has done so far.
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