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Dedicated physx

Discussion in 'NVIDIA' started by codyjansen, Aug 31, 2009.

  1. codyjansen

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    i have the asus m3n72-d and i will be using the onboard graphics till i can afford a gtx 260 core 216. so my question is could it be possible to use the onboard graphics for physx and would it be worth it to do that?
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    No it wouldn't I would even bet that your onboard graphics doesn't even support physx or even have to the power to.
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    ok. i was just wondering.
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    It's 8 series onboard graphics so Yes it would support Physx but not at all worth the waste of time.
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    Yeah, sorry. I was thinking of a older board. But yeah its not worth it.
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