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CUDA and PhysX are supposed to show at the bottom of GPU-z aren't they?

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I've only just noticed that CUDA and PhysX aren't showing up on the bottom of GPU-z 0.6.2 so I tried 0.6.1 and they don't show on there either. My Graphics card is a Geforce GTX 460 SE but I do know it has CUDA because I do Folding@home with it on the GPU. Is it possible to add a pic of it to show you what I mean and if so how, please?
 

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I've only just noticed that CUDA and PhysX aren't showing up on the bottom of GPU-z 0.6.2 so I tried 0.6.1 and they don't show on there either. My Graphics card is a Geforce GTX 460 SE but I do know it has CUDA because I do Folding@home with it on the GPU. Is it possible to add a pic of it to show you what I mean and if so how, please?
well pics are always useful..... press print screen on the keyboard go to paint and press paste, then save
 

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well pics are always useful..... press print screen on the keyboard go to paint and press paste, then save
I have the pic I just can't seem to be able to add it to the mail. I tried the attachments tab and it didn't seem to do anything. I'll try it again
 

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It worked this time. I put the pic in a more accessible place, this time :)

Thanks for the quick reply.
 
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