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After running the patch, remove/rename these files in Batman AC folder "PhysX***.dll".

Hi there, Ive tried that with no succes, I get this sign about PhysxExtensions.dll missing.

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If I keep that file on the folder I get this sign

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If I keep PhysxLoader.dll, PhysxExtensions.dll and PhysxCore.dll, I can get to the game, but the card gets idle so GPU Physx wont work.

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Look everything shows fine, for some reason Fluid Mark 1.4.0 wont work the GPU Physx either (tried rename/delete Physx files too). But MKZBenchmark, works the GPU Physx from 5% to 12% usage as I can asume by looking on my MsiAfterburner readings. Whats wrong with this?.
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After running the patch, remove/rename these files in Batman AC folder "PhysX***.dll".

Did that work for you? I get nothing just like ChristianUshuaia. Im running 285.62, PhysX 9.11.1107, And 1.05ff.
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I see you all use PhysX 9.11.1107.

 

Download and install this instead PhysX System Software 9.11.0621 then run the patch afterward.

 

http://downloads.guru3d.com/nVIDIA-PhysX-System-Software-9.11.0621-download-2762.html

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I see you all use PhysX 9.11.1107.

Download and install this instead PhysX System Software 9.11.0621 then run the patch afterward.

http://downloads.guru3d.com/nVIDIA-PhysX-System-Software-9.11.0621-download-2762.html

That seems to work. I uninstalled PhysX 9.11.1107, Installed 9.11.0621 ran the patch, And my card kicked on without messing with the dll's or restarting the PC thumb.gif
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That seems to work. I uninstalled PhysX 9.11.1107, Installed 9.11.0621 ran the patch, And my card kicked on without messing with the dll's or restarting the PC thumb.gif

Yes truly proved works fine with PhysX System Software 9.11.0621.
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Did that work for you? I get nothing just like ChristianUshuaia. Im running 285.62, PhysX 9.11.1107, And 1.05ff.

Go it running, uninstall PSS 9.11.1107 and install 9.11.0621 instead, patch with 1.05ff and thats all.

Does anyone know where to download the new patch for directx11 issues on batmanAC?? I need a link please.
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I got mine working with Batman AC with 285.79 and 9.11.0621 with 1.05ff. All you have to delete from Batman is PhysXDevice.dll
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I have 2 5770's in crossfire... would it be worth it to add a GT 220 1GB 128bit card in my 3rd slot for Physx?

My GT 220 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125295&Tpk=gigabyte%20gt%20220

I also don't play batman. Are there other benefits to Physx?
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I believe it's only really a benefit if you play physx enabled games, if you don't? It's just putting a drain on your PSU for no benefit. I could be wrong however.
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I believe it's only really a benefit if you play physx enabled games, if you don't? It's just putting a drain on your PSU for no benefit. I could be wrong however.

This is correct, although you can also use it for Folding@Home or BOINC or some other kind of distributed computing project if you like.

Here's a complete list of PhysX enabled games.
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