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Lucid and ASUS Announce Another Cooperation in Desktop PC

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  1. Cristian_25H

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    Lucidlogix (Lucid), pioneers in multi GPU virtualization technologies, and ASUS, the leader in motherboards and PC solutions, have announced another cooperation In this partnership, the two companies will jointly collaborate on both software and hardware virtualization technologies that will be designed to maximize system longevity.

    "We are happy to cooperate with the number one in the industry," said Joe Hsieh, the vice president of ASUS. "Lucid's solution is what we are looking for."

    "By joining forces with ASUS on both software and hardware modifications, we will drive the development of high performance desktop computers that run cooler and quieter than ever before," said Elad Dubzinski, COO, Lucidlogix. "Based on our working relationship to date, we welcome the opportunity to work closely with ASUS to once again change the PC game."
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    Hmmm, sounds like a good plan. Wonder if it will materialize anything of worth?
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    So this means my Asus Z87 will get Lucid for free or not..
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    I'm really weary of anything lucidlogix comes out with in all honesty. I've never had much success using any of their software, and they seem to abruptly stop updating software only to release an improved version that that make you pay for.

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