IIRC MVP2.0 creates automatic game profiles so Hyperformance and Virtual Vsync work for all games regardless of whether Lucid has created a profile for it themselves or not. That wasn't the case with MVP1.x Trying the 30 day trial of MVP2.0 would be a good idea, they don't automatically charge you or anything after the trial is over, the program just stops working until you uninstall it or buy a license. The program also has the ability to show the Lucid MVP logo in a corner of the game screen for a few seconds to show you that it's working for that game.
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