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CPU for Physx?

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I have an intel Core i7-3770. Is this a good idea?
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    Well it depends, do you have a decent nvidia gpu? If you do, you're better off using that for physics. However if you have an amd card or a low end nvidia gpu, then you are better off letting your 3770 rock the phys-x for you.
    I hope that helped :)
  2. ProSnipor said:
    Well it depends, do you have a decent nvidia gpu? If you do, you're better off using that for physics. However if you have an amd card or a low end nvidia gpu, then you are better off letting your 3770 rock the phys-x for you.
    I hope that helped :)


    Yeah I'm running a 2gb GTX 670, so do I go auto slelect or just click the GPU?
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