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i have my engtx 460 clocked nicely and are humming along. i just got my new 790i. my plan was to put the two 460's in sli which i have in already and use my old 260 sc as a physx card. but when i put them all in, the cards covered up all the pci slot LOL so my options are go pci e or usb wireless and use the 260 or just go with the 460's and use a pci slot.


so my question is when using the 3d vision how important/proformance would the 260 physx be?
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Do you even play games that use physx?

And why can't you run a cat5 cable to your computer?
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i live in my parents house for the time being and hte run would be about 45 feet down a hallway lol not gonna happen in other words. and yes i do i mean there aren't many but its still fun and the 3d vision i can/imagine will make the physx detail like wow
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