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Many of the Nvidia settings are to do with DirectX, which VX is not worried about since it is using OpenGL. If you find that you have a graphics problem in VX, with the graphics card at it's default settings, then I expect someone will recognise the symptoms and be able to tell you which option should be changed.
With regards to your dual-core CPU, you can dedicate one of the cores to VX (vxmain.exe). With a core all to itself, VX really flys! Dedicating that core is a pain though, you have to do it via Windows Task Manager. Right-click on the process and set the core "affinity". The problem is, you need to do this for all of your main programs, by default they all use both cores.
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