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Old 12-01-08, 06:07 PM   #1
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Default Does a 8800gt used as a Physx card draw the same power as when used for graphics?

Does a 8800gt used as a Physx card draw the same power as when used for graphics?
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Default Re: Does a 8800gt used as a Physx card draw the same power as when used for graphics?

strong title, subtitle, and repeated body of the message.....

no one knows probably.... i'd assume it would
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