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       #81

    essenbe said:
    Welcome to the Forums, rsturbomad. Real nice scores and real nice system specs. Well done.
    Thanks
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       #82

    Hey everyone, I stumbled on this Forum.

    i5 3570k 4.5Ghz overclock with Reference GTX 670 in SLI 47 inch led HDTV 1080p


    Unigine Score by One Remix, on Flickr
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       #83

    Welcome to Seven Forums. Very nice score. Good job.
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       #84

    TechLove said:
    Hey everyone, I stumbled on this Forum.

    i5 3570k 4.5Ghz overclock with Reference GTX 670 in SLI 47 inch led HDTV 1080p


    Unigine Score by One Remix, on Flickr
    Don't worry you just Stumbled into Greatness Welcome to 7 Forums very nice score
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       #85

    Thank you very much guys :)
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  6. Posts : 2
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       #86

    Lucid MVP


    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.
    Last edited by zsde; 11 Jul 2012 at 00:28. Reason: system specs added
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  7. Posts : 545
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       #87

    In my short dealing with MVP before picking up my second 6950 I can tell you (although not assuredly) that the scores are not corrupted; the way MVP works is essentially by way of hybrid SLI or Crossfire. The reason you're only seeing the iGPU is because that's the way it works.

    The only "real" way to disable MVP, and subsequently the iGPU being recognized as the primary video adapter is through the BIOS. An awesome bit of technology that is, and it's a shame it has no compatibility with Crossfire because according to Lucidlogix "it's a luxury not very many people are able to take advantage of". So? Incorporate the ability anyway seeing as I'm essentially paying for the ability to use it (Virtu MVP) in the first place.

    But, this has become a rant.
    Last edited by Terronium 12; 11 Jul 2012 at 02:09. Reason: Hah. I dun goofed.
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  8. Posts : 2
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       #88

    Thanks for the feedback. All I can say is that with one GTX580 and one little Integrated Intel HD3000 (not being the best GPU around) this turns out be one huge improvement in the score.
    Last edited by zsde; 11 Jul 2012 at 02:47.
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  9. Posts : 309
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       #89

    This is my score running a single GTX 560 non TI, everything on Heaven is at max
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    Windows 7 Ultimate X64 SP1
       #90

    First Run on the new GHZ edition BIOS 2 X 7970s crossfired


    First Run on the new GHZ Bios @ 1920X1200 16XAF DX11
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