Lucidlogix Solutions is a company that developed a Windows solutions known as “Lucid MVP” that allows you to play games in higher responsiveness and better image quality. Lucidâ€™s patented Virtu Software embeds technologies for enhanced gaming and professional graphics user experience.
Lucid Virtu MVP is a software that lets an integrated graphics processor to work along with a dedicated graphics processing unit for a boost in performance and responsiveness for a better gaming experience. Lucid MVP is a software that is usually bundled with majority of Z77 motherboards and some products. You can check here if your motherboard or laptop is supported and came along with build-in Lucid MVP.
Now if you’re using Lucid MVP, Lucidlogix now allows you to upgrade to Lucid MVP 2.0 for free until January 31st, 2014 only. The Lucid MVP 2.0 Pro Edition is priced at $40.99 but you can grab it for free. It’s not free for people who bought products that can support Lucid MVP but didn’t came along with a licensed Lucid MVP upon purchase. To check if you’re eligible of this promo, click here.
In my experience and opinion, Lucid MVP did increase the performance of my computer when it comes to games from frames rates, responsiveness, tearing, and graphical interface. However, the software itself still has tons of bugs and issues. Specially if you’re running on a Windows 8/8.1 operating system. Things should be fine if you’re using Windows 7 but I encountered so many issues when I tried to use it on my computer which uses Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit operating system. Issues like BSOD, application hangs, errors, and up until BSOD during boot causing my computer to be useless.
This software is actually great if you think about it and based on my experience… I can say it is… but if you’re the kind of person that doesn’t have patience or doesn’t want to risk system performance or anything messing up with their computer. I’d say don’t bother giving this a try. Nonetheless, after trying Lucid MVP 2.0… My gaming issues about tearing actually got fixed and I felt the responsiveness of my games gradually increased.
If you’re up for the risk and want this thing for free. Get it here: http://lucidlogix.com/support/download/
After all that testing and tweaking. In the end, I decided to ditch this software as it almost cost me my OS. :/