Physx dedicated

Discussion in 'Videocards vs General Purpose - NVIDIA Ageia PhysX' started by zoramaso, Dec 18, 2009.

  1. zoramaso

    zoramaso Member Guru

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    i would like to dedicate a 9800gt 1GB for physx and use an ati 5970 for cpu...how do i do that? and the 9800gt is enough?

    thanks
     
  2. Goliath182

    Goliath182 Master Guru

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  3. crowTrobot

    crowTrobot Master Guru

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    Is this still only in Win 7 and not possible in Vista 64?
     
  4. lmimmfn

    lmimmfn Ancient Guru

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    You need windows 7 as vista wont allow you to run 2 drivers for different cards.
     

  5. crowTrobot

    crowTrobot Master Guru

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    Thanks.

    I guess its time to upgrade
     
  6. Goliath182

    Goliath182 Master Guru

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    Trust me its a lot faster. ;)
     
  7. IM0001

    IM0001 Master Guru

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    Bah its not a LOT faster.. But it does feel more refined and polished in areas that Vista well... wasn't.

    As for the 9800GT as a physx processor. As you can see by my stats on the left, I have one and it works great. Their are a few little tweeks you have to do to get things working but once you are up you should be flying with all kinds of little particles and whatnot.
     

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