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To my surprise, not many games utilize PhysX...

I mean, I thought for sure Just Cause 2 would, considering its has settings only Nividia users can use... I could have sworn PhysX was used in Starcraft 2, but to my realization, its just blizzards only physics they implemented into the game.


Honestly, I think PhysX is going nowhere, and honestly, I don't notice a difference while in game, I mean, Just Cause 2 WOULD BE THE game to have PhysX in, its the only game I "watch" explosions.... I am not going to watch one in Metro as I am getting blown up... Yes, they are nice, but while I game, can I really notice them? Probably not...

PhysX card remains in my PC, PhysX will remain enabled in my games, but man... I see alot of "oh three 580's in SLI with a 9800GT as a dedicated PhysX...."

Guy, 3 580's don't need a dedicated physx lol.... Idk... all the talk I hear of it, I thought I was losing some serious performance my making my 460 run PhysX... I mean, I like to watch Trubritar and Stanbony on yotube... I mean, I like to see what there doing, Stanbony made a video were he was all like "Oh yeah my 580's..... need a physx card... poped in this 450 GTS and wow....".... No.. lol... you want more performance than your already getting.... pop in another 580... a dedicated GTS 450 wont do you ****.... then he is like... "oh with all the new PhysX cames comming out...." Guy... there are more games without than with it... (to my surprise...)

http://www.youtube.com/user/stanbony.../0/GcwSf0jW5-w

ughhh... disappointed.
Edited by Nilareon - 5/14/11 at 1:52pm
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They are releasing 3 physx games this year. Shocking right?

Anyways, the best thing for a gt 430 IMO, is for a HTPC or folding. Will probaly help a bit in Physx games though and give better scores when overclocked which you should definitely do.
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the best thing for a gt 430 IMO, is folding.
+1 you should definitely be folding with your hardware atleast as much as you can. Some people have legitimate reasons for not wanting to fold 24/7 such as expensive electricity or heating up the room too much, but there is no good reason to not fold as much as your circumstances allow. Check out the link in my sig for info on how to set it up, it only takes a few minutes and really is for a good cause and the heat and power costs are manageable, just do what you can.

Also I think I realized the problem you had, you were talking computer hardware advice from a guy on youtube WITH A GRAPHICS CARD ON HIS NECKLACE!!! LOL
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