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64 MB Dedicated PhysX card?

Ok i got a new GeForce6200 512 mb to replace my 64 MB nVidia card wich is so old i don't even know its name/model. But i read somewhere, that it is possible to fit an AGP card in a PCI-E x1 slot.... So would it be possible to use this 64 MB GPU as a PhysX card? Im sure way off and the extra card sure wont even make a difference in performance... But im just curious :kaola:
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    No and no. It's not possible to run an AGP card in a PCIe slot and the minimum card required for PhysX is an 8600GT.
  2. Oh ok thanks it didnt seem very... logic either
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  4. But is there a way to use a9400 GT PCI edition as a PhysX card? Or does it have to be a PCi-e?
  5. eilif said:
    But is there a way to use a9400 GT PCI edition as a PhysX card? Or does it have to be a PCi-e?

    That might work but I haven't tried it so can't say for sure.
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