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PhysX System Software 9.10.0129 released

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Recent Geforce 196.75 GPU drivers from Nvidia have brought us something interesting – they include new PhysX System Software 9.10.0129.

This release is smaller than previous 9.09.1112 drivers – only 27 mb vs 34 mb previously, and is dated 29 January 2010, according to PhysX drivers naming system.

Download PhysX System Software 9.10.0129 from our server (download currently unavailable)

Update: Simple look at drivers installation folder reveals that engine .dll’s for SDK 2.7.3, 2.7.4.. all to 2.8.3 were updated with new subversions. No major changes except this.

Update #2: PhysX System software 9.10.0129 is now available as separate download from Nvidia website.

Includes the latest PhysX runtime builds to support all released PhysX content including Dark Void and others.

Supports NVIDIA PhysX acceleration on all GeForce 8-series, 9-series, 100-series, 200-series, and 300-series GPUs with a minimum of 256MB dedicated graphics memory and 32 CUDA cores. Note: Some applications may have higher minimum requirements.

Supports NVIDIA PhysX acceleration on GeForce via CUDA 3.0 for SDK versions 2.7.1, 2.7.3, 2.7.4, 2.7.5, 2.7.6, 2.8.0, 2.8.1 and 2.8.3 (requires graphics driver v196.21 or later).

Supports control of your GPU PhysX configuration from the NVIDIA display driver control panel. (requires graphics driver v196.21 or later).

Written by Zogrim

March 2nd, 2010 at 6:12 pm

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11 Responses to 'PhysX System Software 9.10.0129 released'

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  1. Hi. Do you have any informations about what have been changed from the last PhysX driver version?

      

    mareknr

    2 Mar 10 at 6:48 pm

  2. mareknr
    Not yet (except updated .dlls), but I hope to recieve some info later today.

      

    Zogrim

    2 Mar 10 at 6:50 pm

  3. This is OT for this article but don’t you want to consider to make another mark in PhysX SDK Project Table for entries which have been changed after last update? Now there is New mark for new entries but information about changes can be helpfull.

      

    mareknr

    2 Mar 10 at 7:02 pm

  4. mareknr
    When I’ll complete new SQL engine for PhysX table, all marks will be set automatically (along with sorting options and other features).
    But currently its hard for me set all icons manually, sorry)

      

    Zogrim

    2 Mar 10 at 7:14 pm

  5. These drivers do not work on hybrid systems. GenL’s mod works initially with hardware physx being displayed in Fluidmark but then the driver shuts down after 10-15 seconds or so which crashes most games too.

    The 196.34’s work fine.

      

    James Kitching

    2 Mar 10 at 8:27 pm

  6. James, that’s predictable) have you tried this driver standalone, or with 196.75 drivers ?

      

    Zogrim

    2 Mar 10 at 9:13 pm

  7. I’ll try it standalone now and report back.

      

    James Kitching

    2 Mar 10 at 9:47 pm

  8. The standalone driver with the 196.34 drivers appear to be ok!

      

    James Kitching

    2 Mar 10 at 9:56 pm

  9. Hi Zogrim. I installed this PhysX driver but now I’m not able to run GPU@PhysX. There is still only its CPU version. Did you try it?

      

    mareknr

    5 Mar 10 at 12:48 pm

  10. mareknr
    Yep. And in Win XP I wasn’t able to run PhysX on GPU too with this drivers, but my graphics drivers are old there, 191.x or so

    Under Win 7 – System Software 9.10.0129 with GeForce 196.75 is working normally with GPU PhysX

    Since I don’t see other reports on the web, this seems to be rare specific issue

      

    Zogrim

    5 Mar 10 at 1:04 pm

  11. I am running on the 196.34 and physx System Software 9.10.0129

    5850’s Cross fire (Render)

    9800gx2 (Physx, folding, etc)

      

    Soviet87

    7 Mar 10 at 9:13 am


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