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9500 gt for physx or no

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i have a http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814130378 laying around. is it worth running as a physx card in 4x slot. currently torn between 460/560 sli but that's a different story...
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Most likely it is not worth it. But since you already have it, best way to find out is to actually try it.

Read this thread for more comments.
http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/9553...rd-9600gt.html
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SLI w/Physx can yield some odd results in performance depending on the game, so a dedicated PhysX card might come in handy. The 9500GT is so weak though... (32 stream processors??!)

I'd honestly expect it to hinder you more than help.
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