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The difference will be negligible as a Phyx card.



The GTX 460 will be better than the 9800GTX+.
    
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yeah but how much better?
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can you give me more than a word?
Technically I did With physx you will get noticeably better performance, plus you could use benchmarks to see it. The only reason to use the 9800 is less power cords
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You won't notice the difference imo.
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Originally Posted by Spongeboy5040 View Post
yeah but how much better?
In games that support physx, you may see a several frame improvement from the 9800GTX+ to the GTX460 768MB. The GTS450 offers the best balance of physx performance to power consumption though IMO.

Here are some physx benches I recorded a few months back:


(Using a Phenom II X6 and a GTX470 OC'd to 825/1650/1800 as the primary graphics processor)

For reference, the 9800GTX+ will perform slightly worse than the GTS250. You may see an additional few FPS vs the GTS450.
    
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