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Old 06-25-12, 02:26 PM   #4
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The GTX-560Ti is perfect to go along with the two GTX-670 for PhysX .A 9800Gt used to be good enough but it is to slow now .But it really depends on how many games you are playing that can take advantage of a dedicated PhysX card like batman will show a increase and in some games that don't use it you may see a decrease.Plus you got to take in consideration the space it is going to take up and the extra power it will need when you are useing it.I had three GTX-470's running in TRI-SLI and these two AsUS Direct CU II GTX-670's runs circles around them three and they were overclocked to 800/1800 and these are just running default.I took two of my GTX-470's and sold them on ebay.I ssold them for $145 a piece and $10 shipping.Yes your power supply will be able to handle all three
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