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About ATI and PhysX...

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  • Graphics Cards
  • Physx
  • ATI
  • Graphics
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February 13, 2009 8:56:10 PM

The question is, if I were to build a rig with an ATI setup for graphics, would I be able to install an older 8800 (or 9800, whatever) Nvidia card for use as just a dedicated PhysX driver? This is a matter that's been bugging me for a little while now. If this question's already been asked here, I apologise for the repeat in topics.

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February 13, 2009 9:23:30 PM

You would need to run both Nvidia cards in order to use the 2nd gpu as a dedicated physx card. Using physx this way is a combination of both the hardware and the driver, so you wouldn't be able to do this with the ATI card.
February 13, 2009 9:32:57 PM

Well bollocks. That's for the response. Guess I have to wait for the modified ATI drivers to finally come out. Unless...they already have come out...
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February 13, 2009 9:39:59 PM

I always been wondering if ATI comes out with some new physics will it be compatible with the 4800 series at all?
February 13, 2009 10:07:32 PM

Well they've got Havok, but that's become so commonplace now, it's often overlooked.
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