LucidLogix Now Supports AMD Radeon HD 6000 Series GPUs

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The concept of pairing two totally different GPUs together in order to strive towards a common goal is a really radical one, and it's one that has been embraced by LucidLogix. This company is the one that comes to mind when you think of multi-core graphics from different vendors, as their HydraLogix read-time distributed processing engine and its Virtu GPU virtualization software has become nearly legendary in the gaming community.

But it's not simple to make this work, and the company knows that. It's far from being "plug-n-play," but they're constantly pushing out new releases that support new GPUs. And that, is progress. The latest to come out is support for AMD's new Radeon HD 6000 Series GPUs. Virtu for desktops, which complements AMDs Switchable Graphics technology for notebooks, allows Intel H67 and Z68 desktop systems to simultaneously take full advantage of the low-power media processing features of the 2nd generationIntel Core processor graphics and the 3D gaming, multi-GPU and multi-display benefits of AMD Radeon HD 6000 series of discrete add-in cards.


Now with Lucid’s Virtu, it is possible to run one or two discrete AMD GPUs and still utilize the Intel Quick Sync performance and lower power of the Intel HD graphics in the 2nd generation Core processor. It's a dream scenario, and now it's a reality. Talk about being present in the future!
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so you will be able to run sli/crossfire along with the onboard graphics

i thought i saw a mother board co. saying the same thing on hh about a year or so ago (seems like they were at a show in japan)

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It's a good Idea as long as certain Video card manufacturers don't somehow put the skids to it happening with driver or hardware changes. Neither one of the big two discrete card makers will like this to be a reality, and they've kept it from happening before.

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Gavric replied on Sat, Apr 9 2011 8:03 PM

Where I can download the software?

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rapid1 replied on Sat, Apr 9 2011 11:38 PM

SO I could grab a AMD multi GPU card and a Nvidia Multi GPU card, and a mid low end Physx processor, and have the best graphics period and no one could compare except someone with 2 of either.

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rapid1 replied on Sat, Apr 9 2011 11:39 PM

Oh and a 3000 watt PSU.

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OSunday replied on Sun, Apr 10 2011 2:54 PM

LucidLogix could be the future of Ultimate Graphics

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All I can says is emmm...

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