We have been talking about Lucid for quite a while, first with the bridge chip that allowed mixed vendor multi-GPU SLIFire/CrosSLI setups to work and more recently about their Virtu software that would allow a PC with SandyBridge and a discreet GPU to switch between the two on the fly depending on which was best suited for the task. Today they received some very good news, as their virtualization software has completed the validation process and has been deemed perfectly compatible with the Radeon HD6000 family. Check The Inquirer for more.
"SOFTWARE DEVELOPER Lucid has announced that its Virtu GPU virtualisation software has been validated to run on Intel’s Sandy Bridge chips and AMD’s Radeon HD6000 series GPUs."
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- Computex 2011: Lenovo, Fujitsu and Samsung to showcase Oak Trail-based tablets @ DigiTimes