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So when i run game without physx i get the performance of 460 like single card. Okay, so its uselss, to do? Better to let 5850 in the machine?
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But, my friend got 9800 and 465 in sli! he told me that 9800 does only physx.
hes full of bs... its physicaly impossible to run sli with 2 different gpu cards

if the 9800 only does physx then its not in sli with the 465
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So when i run game without physx i get the performance of 460 like single card. Okay, so its uselss, to do? Better to let 5850 in the machine?
I'm not following you. If you have a 5850, you could use that as it's a hair faster than the 460, especially when overclocked.

The only time you want a dedicated PhysX card is if you play PhysX enabled games quite often. Most cards on the market today from GTX260 and up can handle medium/high PhysX enabled games (Nvidia cards, that is).
    
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