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Title says it all. Getting a gtx 260, don't wanna hinder the performance. Will the 7300gs be able to be used as a physx card.? Not in the loop with current nvid tech.

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Has to be an 8 series or newer Nvidia card.

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Yes you are right. That 7300 is good for nothing but a display piece... lol gl,
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I hear 7300gs make great frolf disc's!



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I did a quick google and found this http://www.computerforum.com/124188-...sx-driver.html if you look at one of the replies a guy includes a list of physx cards and the 7300gs is there. Do you think the guy was lying or not.? Do you guys hav a link of all physx cards.? On average how many fps will i loose with physx enabled on a 65nm 260 216.? Help is appreciated. +REP for you all.

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I did a quick google and found this http://www.computerforum.com/124188-...sx-driver.html if you look at one of the replies a guy includes a list of physx cards and the 7300gs is there. Do you think the guy was lying or not.? Do you guys hav a link of all physx cards.? On average how many fps will i loose with physx enabled on a 65nm 260 216.? Help is appreciated. +REP for you all.
That list is just the video cards supported by that driver. Not PhysX supported.

As far as needing a dedicated PhysX card. Do you play any games that support PhysX?

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Yeah i will be playing a few games with physx. Don't wanna waste any extra money on it though. Will the gtx 260 be able to handle the most gpu intensive physx game on max with 8x aa and physx enabled on a 1680x1050 res.? Approximately how many fps will i loose running 8xaa then enabling physx?

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