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It's your build, but you dont need a physx card with 2 titans. Physx processing is a leftover from several years ago, and was actually developed in 2004. These newer cards have more than enough power to process both graphics and Physx calculations without slowdown.

Don't shoot me, but from wikipedia

"Any CUDA-ready GeForce graphics card (series 8 and newer, with a minimum of 256MB of video memory[14]) can take advantage of PhysX without the need to install a dedicated PhysX card."
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Couple ^ that with the fact that only a portion of games are developed to take advantage of PhysX at all... and you have something that's really unnecessary. I'd say use it somewhere else that you might want a little more GPU horsepower - like the HDTV PC rather than including it in your gaming rig portion. I think the only game I've seen where it's a really noticeable difference is Borderlands 2 - in which case it does improve the effects... but it doesn't affect the speed or playability of the game whatsoever... just makes more 'eye candy' in it. biggrin.gif

In my opinion, the only significant case for having a dedicated PhysX card is if you're running all AMD GPUs like I am - since I can't utilize those effects without some NV GPU in the system. That being said it's not even a consideration for me (and I really thought the effects in BL2 were cool) - because it's so much wattage for so little return that I'd much rather dedicate the money and energy somewhere else. But it's your rig so your choice of course. wink.gif
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680 for PhysX, now that's op! But yea probably not needed, you would get more performance out of a tri-sli set up with the Titans..
The 680 might even bog down two Titans a little, not sure as there are no reviews on using two Titans with a dedicated 680 for some reason. biggrin.gif

But if you're still going for it, I ran into this simple step by step tutorial from Hardware Secrets.
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That is pretty much just throwing money just because you can. A gtx680 for PhysX is plain bolony. Your Titans will run any game with PhysX. If you get one separately for that a medium card will already be OTT.
 
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Originally Posted by socketus View Post

It's your build, but you dont need a physx card with 2 titans. Physx processing is a leftover from several years ago, and was actually developed in 2004. These newer cards have more than enough power to process both graphics and Physx calculations without slowdown.

Don't shoot me, but from wikipedia

"Any CUDA-ready GeForce graphics card (series 8 and newer, with a minimum of 256MB of video memory[14]) can take advantage of PhysX without the need to install a dedicated PhysX card."

Quote:
Originally Posted by DiGiCiDAL View Post

Couple ^ that with the fact that only a portion of games are developed to take advantage of PhysX at all... and you have something that's really unnecessary. I'd say use it somewhere else that you might want a little more GPU horsepower - like the HDTV PC rather than including it in your gaming rig portion. I think the only game I've seen where it's a really noticeable difference is Borderlands 2 - in which case it does improve the effects... but it doesn't affect the speed or playability of the game whatsoever... just makes more 'eye candy' in it. biggrin.gif

In my opinion, the only significant case for having a dedicated PhysX card is if you're running all AMD GPUs like I am - since I can't utilize those effects without some NV GPU in the system. That being said it's not even a consideration for me (and I really thought the effects in BL2 were cool) - because it's so much wattage for so little return that I'd much rather dedicate the money and energy somewhere else. But it's your rig so your choice of course. wink.gif

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680 for PhysX, now that's op! But yea probably not needed, you would get more performance out of a tri-sli set up with the Titans..
The 680 might even bog down two Titans a little, not sure as there are no reviews on using two Titans with a dedicated 680 for some reason. biggrin.gif

But if you're still going for it, I ran into this simple step by step tutorial from Hardware Secrets.

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That is pretty much just throwing money just because you can. A gtx680 for PhysX is plain baloney. Your Titans will run any game with PhysX. If you get one separately for that a medium card will already be OTT.

thanks so much for your answer and The only reason I am even thinking of this is I have the 2 GTX 680 with water blocks that have never been opened and the price is dropping so much I don't know what I will get if I try and sell them.. I dont need all 4 cards but I dont know I do have the M-8 with the pedestal and extended top that I bought so cheap I could not help my self and my present PC has a Asrock Z-77 Extreme 4 so maybe I will build this and use those cards or at least one in it and have a 2nd system or maybe build it to sell I don't know. Oh well thanks so much for all the good information and advise. you guys help a lot and I enjoy the debate at all times and learn so much from it. Now lets just all go crazy with a bad case of Excessive Insanity biggrin.giflachen.gifapplaud.gif
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thanks so much for your answer and The only reason I am even thinking of this is I have the 2 GTX 680 with water blocks that have never been opened and the price is dropping so much I don't know what I will get if I try and sell them.. I dont need all 4 cards but I dont know I do have the M-8 with the pedestal and extended top that I bought so cheap I could not help my self and my present PC has a Asrock Z-77 Extreme 4 so maybe I will build this and use those cards or at least one in it and have a 2nd system or maybe build it to sell I don't know. Oh well thanks so much for all the good information and advise. you guys help a lot and I enjoy the debate at all times and learn so much from it. Now lets just all go crazy with a bad case of Excessive Insanity biggrin.giflachen.gifapplaud.gif

Ha ha, He Scott whe got a program from the USA here it calls "storage wars" ore whatever the seling storages wit al the things in it. Maybe i dream about that i buy your storage for a small price.
that will be nice ha ha what a joke. i paid for my 580 about 430 euro without the koolance waterblock 120 euro 2 years ago O and i forgot the insurance 35 euro and thats al for just one card. biggrin.gif:D
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Ha ha, He Scott whe got a program from the USA here it calls "storage wars" ore whatever the seling storages wit al the things in it. Maybe i dream about that i buy your storage for a small price.
that will be nice ha ha what a joke. i paid for my 580 about 430 euro without the koolance waterblock 120 euro 2 years ago O and i forgot the insurance 35 euro and thats al for just one card. biggrin.gif:D

Yes I have had several people remind me of this show but be sure I have enough money set aside that I can pay this for 2 years. I paid six months in advance and have the other money in an account that I do not touch and they debit the money from!!! I may have a case of excessive insanity but I am not dumb or crazy!!! biggrin.gifrolleyes.gif

Oh well think about 2 titans and back plates and water blocks for them???
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A Picture and a question??




Do you guys think I could put this in the top section and also have a 420 Rad there?? I think the length is 7 inches long but i have the front of it pushed into the bay cover...


I am thinking of something different and Excessive for the bottom bays!! biggrin.gif
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A Picture and a question??




Do you guys think I could put this in the top section and also have a 420 Rad there?? I think the length is 7 inches long but i have the front of it pushed into the bay cover...


I am thinking of something different and Excessive for the bottom bays!! biggrin.gif

I woot like to answer you but i only see a small part of the case.
In general if i may speak i think for big cases i think the best is to devide your system in two parts.
example

2 pumps and 2 480 rads with 16 fans for graphics and the same for the motherboard (i forgot the 2 Aquero's sorry).
I keep thinking of your picture of you standing beside the case because i dont have the measurements in my head i asking myself "How tall you are".

And again about the acrylic. Averybody can do this "just be patient" you wil have the advantage if you have machines.
I dont i do all the hard way. I think you wil make a better one if you have.
- sawtable
- drilstandard for the holes
- 2 files (smooth and raw)
- sandpaper from 800 to 2000
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- a pice of vilt for polishing.

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From the CL site, the TX10-D specs:

Size: 20.63"W x 36.25"H x 30.38"D (524mm x 921mm x 772mm)

given that a 420 rad is usually between 460mm to 470mm in length, that's leaving close to 200mm of space, with the internal depth being a few less mm than the external 772mm.

200mm being equal to just about 8"
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