If you have dual gtxs, I see no need for a phsix card, just extra money to burn. They are really designed for things such as single cores to relieve some of the pressure from the cpu while bringing a better picture. So while nice, in your system I highly doubt it would make too much of a difference. I say get the striker, but get a nice sound card instead of phisX, that will make you more happy combined with a headset or nice speakers
There is no such thing as PCI 3.0
PCI got up to 2.3 and its found on motherboards since 2003 I believe. The Physics card from ASUS requires a 2.2 PCI port so it should run fine on a 2.3
ok so guess a typo from ASUS
thats good to know
and what goes for PhysX not worth it, well deticated processor for physics is a lot more than what processor will do for it, you think you gonna get more than a frame per minute if you were to render the graphics a GF8 does but insted software emulated?
and for sound, guess ill have to get a PCI-E Soundcard hehe^^ im not MADLY sound hungry, a decent 7.1 is good for me, im all for graphics