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Back to Hybrid PhysX systems: new benchmarks

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It seems that today Hybrid ATI+NV PhysX systems (ATI GPU for graphics, Nvidia GPU for PhysX) are even more popular than Ageia PPUs in their time. Not officially supported (and chased) by Nvidia, such configurations are possible using custom patch.

This time, our colleagues from PCgamesHardware.de have published results of Hybrid PhysX tests in Batman: Arkham Asylum built-in benchmark.

Physx_hybrid_bench

To built a Hybrid PhysX System, you’ll need mobo with two PCI-E slots (regardless to SLI/Crossife support; PCI-Ex8/x4 is enough for PhysX), appropriate Nvidia GPU (something like 9600/GT240), Win XP/Win 7 OS and PhysX mod 1.02, which you can download here.

Installation instructions – Link#1 | Link#2 | Link#3 (Please note that most of them refer to old PhysX mod 1.01 – use 1.02 mod instead, download link above) | Link#4 | Link#5 (video guide) | Link#6 (Italian video guide) | Link#7 | Link#8 (detailed) <- it’s recommended to start from newer links.

Written by Zogrim

December 12th, 2009 at 1:48 pm

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2 Responses to 'Back to Hybrid PhysX systems: new benchmarks'

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  1. What about Nivida 8800GTX and 480GTX, will this hybrid combo work?

    I am getting the GTX480 very soon. I currently have a 8800GTX, what kind of driver and setting will I need?

    system

    GIGABYTE GA-X58A-UD7 X58
    Inno3D Nvidia GTX480
    Intel Core i7 930
    Kingston Hyper-X DDR-3 2000MHz 6G·
    Cooler Master UCP900 Ultimate 900W
    Win 7 64 bit

    Regards

    AL

      

    leecka

    15 Apr 10 at 5:37 pm

  2. leecka
    What about Nivida 8800GTX and 480GTX, will this hybrid combo work?
    Yes, such setups are officially supported by Nvidia.
    All you need is to install latest graphics driver, and then you’ll be able to choose what GPU to use for PhysX via Nv. Control Panel

      

    Zogrim

    15 Apr 10 at 6:55 pm


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