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Hey guys Iam getting a gtx 285 for life 50$ so u guys think it's good to buy it for physx?

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I would not. The cards prior to Fermi (the 5xx specifically) are far too power hungry and hot, but also inefficient.

The best cards for PhysX are the 550Ti and 650Ti, both of which are not bottlenecked even with two 680LTG @ 1500+ or 2x 780Ti Classy.
 

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I would not. The cards prior to Fermi (the 5xx specifically) are far too power hungry and hot, but also inefficient.

The best cards for PhysX are the 550Ti and 650Ti, both of which are not bottlenecked even with two 680LTG @ 1500+ or 2x 780Ti Classy.
Iam getting a great deal on gtx 650 ti should I go for it?

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Originally Posted by nleksan View Post

I would not. The cards prior to Fermi (the 5xx specifically) are far too power hungry and hot, but also inefficient.

The best cards for PhysX are the 550Ti and 650Ti, both of which are not bottlenecked even with two 680LTG @ 1500+ or 2x 780Ti Classy.
Iam getting a great deal on gtx 650 ti should I go for it?

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But it's not a ti version would it be powerful enough that all my physx games works better?

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