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hightest October 6, 2009 03:09 PM

Ati + physics/1 monitor/works/win7 see inside
Win 7 physics ati 1 moniter confirmed works.

New 191.03 , physics mod 1.01,ati 9.10.

Create a virtul vga moniter in the screen rezolution dialog page of windows.

One vantage sore i seen jumped 2000 piontson tottal score ...cpu 12701 without...with physics cpu= 20707.

Follow this link and reed more...There are more links in there to follow...

NVIDIA GeForce driver 19x.xx PhysX mod v1.01 (Win7 x86/x64) ! - Guru3D.com Forums.

Dr_BenD_over October 6, 2009 03:55 PM

When I get a single card that can run Batman AA decently or find some single slot coolers for my 4770's, I'll slap my 9800GT back in and give it a test.

I'll leave my present Nvidia/PhysX feelings out of this.

hightest October 6, 2009 04:07 PM

Well i was thinkin of grabin a 9800 gt 512 and tryin it to...memoryxpress has one for $110;00 ...

Well i mianly posted it bcause in my notes that question if it works or not pops up evey once in a while around here. So when i find sumthin about it i like to let yall no.

Xspeaclly since it works with only one moniter now.

Fudd Rucker October 9, 2009 03:11 PM

going to be testing this out in about an hour, ill put up before and after benchmarks.

belgolas October 9, 2009 04:00 PM

As a side note the 9800 GT is not powerfull enough for Batman with max physx nor Cryostasis.

Fudd Rucker October 9, 2009 07:22 PM

Before 9600GT superclocked for physx

After adding 9600GT superclocked (sorry about the picture, the virtual monitor screws up screenshots)


My cpu score went up 2x with the 9600GT.Darkest of days with physx running full tilt, 1900x1200 everything cranked nets me a healthy 65fps average. :punk:

mattlef October 12, 2009 09:03 AM

so to confirm you can actually run an ATI GPU with an nVidia GPU for physics?

Fudd Rucker October 12, 2009 07:33 PM

yeppers. its kinda annoying with the virtual monitor though.

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