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Discussion in 'Motherboards & Memory' started by instron, Jan 19, 2009.

  1. instron New Member

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    has anybody tried to run a agp and pcie card on the asrock dual-vsta and have both cards
    working in windows for physics use .Thanks in advance
     
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    Can be done. As matter of fact there are many many 6/7 nvidia series users running SLI on that board.

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    But for physx use, would have to be Wink7 or Win XP. Also, as there arent any worthwhile cards on AGP EXCEPT for HD3850's to use in conjunction with Physx, your best off using a single high end PCIe nVidia card.
     
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    i,v had one of thoes boards you can run both video cards at the same time and also if its the Socket 939 version you will get full speeds 8x AGP and 16x PCIe about Physics use i'm not totaly sure about that
     
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    Thats just what i wanted to hear and i do happen to have a hd3850 and i bought a asus
    8500gt for physics use.I do appreciate the info.:)
     

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