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August 19, 2009 5:31:43 AM

Does anyone know if; like nvidia; ATI can support on some motherboards, a pci-xpress x16 graphics card plus maybe an x4 pci-xpress slot with a smaller ATI card for just physics? Or put it this way, you got one card for graphics, and another card dedicated to physics like nvidia has?

PS, im not sure if i put this in the right thread or not

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August 19, 2009 2:45:44 PM

high tech redneck 1990 said:
Does anyone know if; like nvidia; ATI can support on some motherboards, a pci-xpress x16 graphics card plus maybe an x4 pci-xpress slot with a smaller ATI card for just physics? Or put it this way, you got one card for graphics, and another card dedicated to physics like nvidia has?

PS, im not sure if i put this in the right thread or not


You can run an ATI card for your main graphics and install a capable nvidia card to run physics. Make sure you find and install the physics only driver..... that's how I did it. It works.
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August 19, 2009 2:50:55 PM

swifty_morgan said:
You can run an ATI card for your main graphics and install a capable nvidia card to run physics. Make sure you find and install the physics only driver..... that's how I did it. It works.


Only in windows seven or XP, and the current drivers kill this feature. While it probably still works for older drivers future support for this is currently dead.
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