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How do I set up PhysX with the new GeForce Experience

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July 3, 2014 9:25:56 AM

I am wondering how to set up my ASUS GTX 570 as a dedicated PhysX card to supplement my EVGA GTX 780.

The old NVidia Control Panel had an option for it, this new GeForce Experience is way to simplistic now. How do I set the 570 to be a dedicated PhysX Card?

Most notably I am wanting this for BF4, Batman Arkham Origins, and maybe WatchDogs.

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July 3, 2014 9:49:44 AM

Presler said:
Insert both the cards, install the drivers for both the cards. Now go to nvidia control panel and then go to physx settings. You should now have three options to choose from as the physx processor: cpu, 570, 780.


Indeed that is how it used to be. But there is no more NVidia control panel as they have done away with that and now use GeForce Experience.
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July 3, 2014 10:59:26 AM

AFAIK it is still done with nvidia control panel. GFE is mostly for game optimization and Shadowplay. for 3D setting (drivers) still done on control panel (SLI, PhysX, surround)
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July 3, 2014 7:27:16 PM

Right-click on your desktop, select "NVIDIA Control Panel". The Nv Control Panel is an integral part of the drivers. Geforce Experience is an optional installation item.
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July 4, 2014 4:48:57 PM

17seconds said:
Right-click on your desktop, select "NVIDIA Control Panel". The Nv Control Panel is an integral part of the drivers. Geforce Experience is an optional installation item.


That's what it was, I guess I was being dumb thinking they got rid of the NVidia control panel. Of course when I searched for it it didn't show up either.

Thanks!
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