PCI nVidia physix with ATI? Tags: Homebuilt Nvidia PCI Graphics Cards ATI Systems Last response: December 10, 2008 8:37 AM in Systems Share groo December 9, 2008 6:46:15 PM I see there are some PCI graphics cards that meet nVidia's Physix requirements. I'm specificaly thinking a Sparkle 8400gs 256mb PCI. Can I use such a card to get nVidia's physix and still use my ATI card for graphics? More about : pci nvidia physix ati V3NOM December 10, 2008 8:37:29 AM I doubt it. in any case i didnt think the 8400's could do PhysX... 8800's and up i thought? + all 9 and GTX series cards... Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumPhysix ?? ForumPhysix card problems..... ForumPhysix accelerator card: good or bad? ForumAMD for graphics, nVIDIA for physix ? ForumATI 's XFire/ Physix card QUESTION's ForumPossible GPU configurations for a dedicated physiX card ForumGTX480 - worth adding an xtra card for dedicated Physix card? ForumHow to use Nvidia for Physix with ATI card? What is "the patch"? ForumDo I need PhysiX ? Forum8600 GT as a physix card with a 4870 under vista is it possible? ForumATI Radeon - nVidia ForumWill the Ati 6970 outperform the Nvidia GTX 580? ForumIs it possible to install a ati and an nvidia card in an intel board ForumCan I enable PhysX in 7970 HD if I would put some Nvidia on the side? ForumQuestion about Oblivion and pci express 1.0 ForumNew build im working on ForumHelp with crossfire issues!!! ForumFrustration with new system build ForumPower Supply Problem with new build ForumProblem with new Build More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !