Using an old 760 for physics with a 780 for graphics (not in sli)

I am planning on upgrading my graphics card to something like a 780 and was wondering if I should keep my old 760 to dedicate to physics (not in SLI). Would this work?
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  1. Yes, i think taht's possible
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    Yeah it would, but I wouldn't recommend it:

    1. Hardly any games use PhysX so having the gtx 760 pumping out heat and wasting energy is kind of a waste.
    2. I've heard that most of the time a discrete physX card can actually DROP the frame rate more than without it.
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