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I've been looking for info like this. Which card is the 'sweet spot' for dedicated physx right now? Would a 9800gt max physx or do I need something in the GTS/X series? Thanks.
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Nice article, thanks. Got Physx to work w/ my 5970. I have an issue though.

When my computer boots up my monitor gets no signal until you hear the Windows 7 welcome sounds right before the login screen shows up. I have tried plugging the monitor into both graphics cards during startup (using 9500GT for Physx,) but I will only get signal when I get to the Windows 7 login screen.

If I take out the 9500GT from the PCI-E 2.0 slot then it works just fine. My 5970 gets signal at bootup like usual and I see the BIOS prompt screen for my mobo and all that.

I also get no signal if I boot into safe mode. I thought I was F'ed the other day, cause I went into msconfig to boot into safe mode and found that I got no signal. So I was booting up my computer and it was booting into safe mode (As far as I know,) but I was getting no signal so I couldn't go back into msconfig to go back to regular start up.

I took out the 9500GT and all was well again. I am guessing it has something to do with Windows 7 now knowing which graphics card to use.

P.S. - You don't need to connect the Crossfire bridge from the 5970 to the 9500GT do you? It is working fine as is right now and I can play Physx games just fine, but it is a pretty big problem that I can't access the BIOS screens prior to boot.

Anyone know how I can fix this?

Thanks.
-J
Go here and fill in your system specs so we can see all that you're running.
This sounds like it's a problem with your board, and possible GPU placement.

Either way, report back when we know all that you have, as it could help us better to track down what the specific issue is.
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I've been looking for info like this. Which card is the 'sweet spot' for dedicated physx right now? Would a 9800gt max physx or do I need something in the GTS/X series? Thanks.
Anything above a 9600GSO 96SP or GT240 will be perfect for the job.
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post #193 of 1230
I've updated my system specs. Very strange problem, as it goes away immediately, as soon as I pull the 9500GT.

I had to put the 5970 in the 2nd PCI-E slot cause it was getting too close to my sound card for comfort. Both the first and second PCI-E slots run at 16x so it is no problem.

I have no idea where to go from here. I could try putting the 5970 in the 1st slot and the 9500GT in the 2nd. I'm not sure that would make any difference however. I would have to remove my hard drive cage and such to test it. I was hoping somebody else had some of the same issues.
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I would try moving them both up a slot first. As the board might have an issue relating to it wanting a GPU in the Primary PCIe slot.
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Does Physx do anything in Mass Effect 2? I went from an Nvidia card to an ATI card, and even with Depth of Field disabled the character screen portrait is much darker.

In any case, would I need a GTX 260 to max out physics in Batman: Arkham Asylum? Thank you.
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Just in case nobody has mentioned this yet;

Installing Dark Void will break this patch.. On my previous Win7 install I had ATI+PhysX working perfectly up until I installed Dark Void.. After that, there was nothing I could do to re-enable PhysX on the GPU--the option simply disappeared from control panel.

Hopefully future PhysX titles won't follow this trend, but it seems nVidia is trying to do everything they can to enforce GPU PhysX runs on nVidia-only systems.

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Does Physx do anything in Mass Effect 2? I went from an Nvidia card to an ATI card, and even with Depth of Field disabled the character screen portrait is much darker.

In any case, would I need a GTX 260 to max out physics in Batman: Arkham Asylum? Thank you.
Mass Effect 2 does not utilize GPU PhysX.. For the list of titles that run PhysX from GPU, refer to the following link; http://www.nzone.com/object/nzone_physxgames_home.html

A 9800GT or equivalent would be more than sufficient for dedicated GPU PhysX in all these titles.
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Just in case nobody has mentioned this yet;

Installing Dark Void will break this patch.. On my previous Win7 install I had ATI+PhysX working perfectly up until I installed Dark Void.. After that, there was nothing I could do to re-enable PhysX on the GPU--the option simply disappeared from control panel.

Hopefully future PhysX titles won't follow this trend, but it seems nVidia is trying to do everything they can to enforce GPU PhysX runs on nVidia-only systems.



Mass Effect 2 does not utilize GPU PhysX.. For the list of titles that run PhysX from GPU, refer to the following link; http://www.nzone.com/object/nzone_physxgames_home.html

A 9800GT or equivalent would be more than sufficient for dedicated GPU PhysX in all these titles.

You can fix DV physX, I did.

Delete the physX folder in the DV binaries, Also look for these libraries in the DV install, delete them.
physxdevice.dll
physxcore.dll

Uninstall the physX package and reinstall the package you wish to use.
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I am currently running a 8800gts for my Physx but I am wanting to add a 2nd 4870x2 so I won't have the PCI-e slot for my 8800. I found a 9400gt that is PCI . I was hoping that would be good enough to run Physx? Would there be any other PCI cards out there that would do the trick? I am using a Asus P6T deluxe mainboard so the PCI-e 1x slot is not usable as the north bridge sits right behind the 1x slot. I thought to try the Ageia PCI card but found that the card was killing my FPS. Would the 9400GT get me close in performance to my 8800gts for Physx? Also how is the 9400gt as far as generating heat since it would be sandwiched right between 2 4870x2 cards that are water cooled but I don't really want to build a fire right between them if you know what I mean.
    
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I am currently running a 8800gts for my Physx but I am wanting to add a 2nd 4870x2 so I won't have the PCI-e slot for my 8800. I found a 9400gt that is PCI . I was hoping that would be good enough to run Physx? Would there be any other PCI cards out there that would do the trick? I am using a Asus P6T deluxe mainboard so the PCI-e 1x slot is not usable as the north bridge sits right behind the 1x slot. I thought to try the Ageia PCI card but found that the card was killing my FPS. Would the 9400GT get me close in performance to my 8800gts for Physx? Also how is the 9400gt as far as generating heat since it would be sandwiched right between 2 4870x2 cards that are water cooled but I don't really want to build a fire right between them if you know what I mean.
Not looking so good, pci physx card.
I tested 16x vs 1x pci-e with an 8800GT, link.
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Not looking so good, pci physx card.
I tested 16x vs 1x pci-e with an 8800GT, link.

Well I am not using PCI 1X I meant a PCI Your test looks like it was for PCI-e 16x and PCI-e 1x the card I found was regular PCI not PCI-e
    
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