Setting up a dedicated PhysX card on an NVIDIA system is a breeze; all we have to do is install both cards and run the latest NVIDIA drivers. Considering a GTX 480 goes for $499 and a GTX 470 new is $349 and a second hand GTX 265 will set you back around $150, we wonder what's the better option for people who love PhysX?
Below you can see our three GPU Screenshots.
We've got our GTX 480 by itself all ready to do everything; PhysX and its normal rendering tasks.
Here we've got a GTX 470 doing all the rendering stuff, while we have a GTX 260 doing the PhysX work.
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