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sammy sung 07-16-10 05:36 PM

Phys-x ?
 
I have a spare GT220 1 gb laying around,would that be enough for Phys-x ? Doing a small upgrade next weekend,changing cpu/os/chassi and i'm considering using the 220 for Phys-x.Is it powerful enough and would it make any difference to use it over the built in capabilitys of the 470 ?

JasonPC 07-16-10 10:26 PM

Re: Phys-x ?
 
I would say a 220 is not too good for physx. Might actually slow performance compared to a 470 even if the 470 is also doing the rendering.

sammy sung 07-17-10 03:09 PM

Re: Phys-x ?
 
Seems to work pretty good as a phys-x hybrid card alongside ati's 5870 according to this :

http://physxinfo.com/news/568/ati-hd...sx-benchmarks/

Guess ill just have to try it out and check for myself.

JasonPC 07-17-10 05:03 PM

Re: Phys-x ?
 
But the 5870 has no physx processing capabilities while the 470 does...

Also I think the Core i7 Extreme is also boosting those numbers a good deal.

I guess it's worth a try but I don't see it making a huge difference.

sammy sung 07-17-10 05:13 PM

Re: Phys-x ?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by JasonPC (Post 2288875)
But the 5870 has no physx processing capabilities while the 470 does...

Also I think the Core i7 Extreme is also boosting those numbers a good deal.

I guess it's worth a try but I don't see it making a huge difference.

Agreed,i'm not using it at all though atm so i might aswell test it.


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