Hello, I've been having some issues with my Virtu MVP: here's my setup: Maximus V Formula i7 3770k (Overclocked to 4,6 ghz offset mode - stable) Noctua NH-D14 SSD: Vertex 4 256 GB Seasonic 1000W Platinum PSU Cooler Master HAF X RAM: G.Skill RipjawsZ F3-12800CL10Q-32GBZL Gainward GeForce GTX 680 Phantom 4GB
Bios version: 1408 (newest) (Maximus V Formula)
I tried the GeForce 310.61 Driver BETA and the GeForce 306.97 Driver WHQL
I have iGPU Enabled in the bios with max Memory to 1024 and max Frequency to 1250 I tried every posibility with Auto settings. I have the newest drivers from everything, I'm 100% sure of that.
- newest motherboard drivers (all of them) - newest video card driver (non beta) - newest bios - newest Virtu MVP - Freshly installed Windows 7 Ultimate x64 just incase
The Virtu MVP software seems to be working because I can add programs and enable the Virtu MVP feature but my Steam games for example: Black Ops 2 - Multiplayer, Black Ops 2 - Zombies doesn't start at all Also my 3D Studio Max application doesn't start with it
if I disable the software, I have no problems at all, but I want to get it working, any ideas? I'd love to hear from this great community as fast as possible. Thank you
I Deleted all the games I didn't need and put them all on D-Mode considering my HDMI port is connected to my PCIe GTX 680 video card. at Main, the GPU is enabled, at Performance - both boxes are ticked. yet it doesn't work at all. the software/games just crash on startup. Any suggestions?? I'm using the latest stable driver for my video card right now
edit: I also tried adding additional software, it did boot up photoshop strangely, but didn't see itself in performance preferences hahah.
So the best suggestion would be to wait for a new Virtu MVP Driver that is compatible with the GeForce 306.97 Driver WHQL driver Too bad they aren't working more to make this feature more stable for the newest applications. it's a great feature and it could greatly increase video performance and perhaps save energy by moving video power to the cpu and not losing video performance at the same time, don't you think??