This is not so much about the scores, but more about what I believe to be a possible bug in Unigine, when using Lucid MVP. Many a review site has discussed the improvements that can be had by using it. So I decided to test my system with MVP enabled. The results were way beyond any expectation, in fact, I believe that the Unigine algorithms have not been coded to even consider this, but I stand to be corrected. Furthermore, once the MVP software is loaded, all report within Unigine only see the Intel IGP details, in my case the HD3000. No reference to the GTX580. And this is true whether MVP is enabled or disabled.
The attached 3 screenshots represent in order:
The first test was run with my GTX580 and Virtu MVP enabled.
The second run was with Virtu MVP disabled.
The last run was with Virtu MVP enabled but with Virtual Vsync disabled.
Maybe some of you wise folk can verify that these scores, although lovely to look at and impressive to say the least, maybe corrupted by MVP ?
I thought my system specs as completed in the registration would show up here, but for completeness sake, here it is:
MSI Z77A-GD65, i5-2500K @4,5GHz, AC Freezer 13, 16GB Corsair Vengeance DDR3-1600 1,35V, MSI N580GTX XE, Corsair TX650, 1TB Seagate, Sony 32" Bravia full HD, open test bench.