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January 19, 2010 5:23:06 PM

WHICH CARD WOULD BE A BETTER CHOICE IF USED IN SLI ALONG WITH THE GTX285 FOR RENDERING PHYSX?

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January 19, 2010 5:38:54 PM

9800GTX+ and GTS250 are the same card. nvidia only renaming 9800GTX+ directly to GTS250. the advantage GTS250 over 9800GTX+ is GTS250 using less power since the card only need 1 6-pin pcie as oppose to 9800GTX+ which need 2. some board partner also made GTS250 without supplementary power connector but i'm not sure about it's performance against normal GTS250.

btw why don't go for something cheaper like 9600GT or GT240?
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January 19, 2010 6:02:32 PM

just to clarify, the evga 9800gtx+ uses only one connector.
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January 28, 2010 5:51:30 PM

thankyou renz for your kind suggestion. :) 

i believe that gives me the answer, but i would like to ask "DO GT240 SUPPORT SLI?"

according to my knowledge it do not support sli but has a quite new features such as ddr5 memory and 40 nm fabrications.
so the 9600gt will be the best option for me or may be gts 250 if i had some extra money.
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January 28, 2010 5:51:48 PM

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January 29, 2010 3:51:28 AM

mediakunwar said:
thankyou renz for your kind suggestion. :) 

i believe that gives me the answer, but i would like to ask "DO GT240 SUPPORT SLI?"

according to my knowledge it do not support sli but has a quite new features such as ddr5 memory and 40 nm fabrications.
so the 9600gt will be the best option for me or may be gts 250 if i had some extra money.


it does not. and only the one equipped with GDDR5 memory are on par with 9600GT. the reason is nvidia wants to reduce the production cost. btw you don't need SLI bridge for dedicated PhysX card
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