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How to set a GPU for dedicated Physx???

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by farid, Sep 24, 2009.

  1. farid

    farid New Member

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    Heya all! Ive got a ZOTAC 9800GT that my uncle bought for his build. so I would like to experiment with my RIG leaving my EVGA GTX 260 as a main GPU and use that 9800GT for dedicated Physx. You can take a look at my rig specs, but anyway, im running a EVGA 750i FTW and EVGA GTX 260 (216), also im using Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bits.

    Is that possible? Is there any guide that I can read to do that? Will my PSU support the additional card (My PSU is a Corsair TX750W)?

    Thanks for the help guys! :D
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    erocker Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Your PSU is more than enough. I believe you just need to go to the Nvidia control panel and select the 9800GT for dedicated PhysX.
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    farid New Member

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    Just like that? Do I need to install separate drivers or something like that?
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    Nope. It's that easy
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    OK! Thanks a lot! Im gonna try it right now! :D

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