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Originally Posted by hodgoes2001 View Post
it does use cuda though.....

to make it a dedicated card.....

go into the Nvidia Control Panel

Go to Manage 3d settings

select just cause 2

change the Cuda - GPUs settings to "use these GPUs"

and select the 260......

and now the 260 will do all the cuda calculations!
DO this this
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Originally Posted by hodgoes2001 View Post
it does use cuda though.....

to make it a dedicated card.....

go into the Nvidia Control Panel

Go to Manage 3d settings

select just cause 2

change the Cuda - GPUs settings to "use these GPUs"

and select the 260......

and now the 260 will do all the cuda calculations!
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Originally Posted by adventfred View Post
DO this this
I did, but it doesn't work.

I actually found out that every time I do, it goes back to my primary GPU - it won't allow me to switch.

And for all of you guys saying that this isn't a Physx title: I mistakenly replied to somebody in a way that made it seem like I thought that this was a Physx title. Allow me to correct myself due to my lack of ability to read posts - THIS IS NOT A PHYSX TITLE!!!!!!!!!!!

It utilizes CUDA, and I want to use my Physx card as a CUDA card instead. To try and fix this, I will roll back my drivers to a previous version and tell you guys how things go.
 
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try setting it in the global settings....
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