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post #11 of 22
Woah! I thought that the 9600GSO had the PhysX Support?
post #12 of 22
Any card that uses cuda SHOULD have physics support. Thats what I think at least. I read somewhere else only g92 cores.
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Grrr... I wonder if I will be able to force it...
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If they actually pull this crap my next card is going to be ATI. I don't game at high res so near high end card from either company is good enough for me. Nvidia is really starting to piss me off with the drivers(lack of drivers for cards that aren't brand spanking new).
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Works great on my 8800 GT. Just get a fixed inf file.
Yup. Pretty simple lol.
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Yup. Pretty simple lol.
care to elaborate for people who don't know how to .
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Originally Posted by CorporalAris View Post
Woah! I thought that the 9600GSO had the PhysX Support?
??? it should because it's G92
post #18 of 22
Every series 8 and upwards card will support CUDA and PhysX. nVidia said it over dozen times already, have patience alright.
post #19 of 22
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care to elaborate for people who don't know how to .
+1. where do you get said inf file and where do you put it when you do get it?
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Every series 8 and upwards card will support CUDA and PhysX. nVidia said it over dozen times already, have patience alright.
Oh. I was suddenly worried that my card would support PhysX.
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