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9500 GT as dedicated Physx card?

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Would this card be alright to use a dedicated Physx card along with my 6970? Would it even be worth it?
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Nope, very few games use physx and the added heat and wattage wouldn't justify the performance gain. I used my 9800gtx coupled with my 560 ti and saw a 4% increase on 3d vantage and +/-2% on 3dmark 11. I think physx is a Nvidia public relations fail.
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