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PhysX System Software 9.10.0513

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Nvidia has revealed new PhysX System Software package – 9.10.0513

According to release notes, main difference from previous PhysX drivers is

  • Bug fixes for Mafia 2

You can download 9.10.0513 PSS from here

Update: We can’t notice any performance increase in Mafia II.

Written by Zogrim

August 11th, 2010 at 12:14 pm

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6 Responses to 'PhysX System Software 9.10.0513'

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  1. Well they work with 1.04ff. I didn’t see anything different though either with performance. I got about the same numbers in the benchmark as before. Thanks for the update information though.

      

    xDee xDee

    11 Aug 10 at 12:38 pm

  2. Sometimes, when Apex set to high, debris is stopping when you shoot a wall or wood. If you set to medium (or afterwards back to high) then the debris is back in there. Could be the bug…

      

    cg2002

    11 Aug 10 at 2:19 pm

  3. GTX460, still gpu load around 25% and low performance when apex on, regardless whetether med or high.

      

    an

    11 Aug 10 at 5:20 pm

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    Zogrim

    11 Aug 10 at 5:25 pm

  5. I’ve found a bug as well where not all physx effects were enabled. For example tire smoke, cloth, and glass effects was all there but debris and destruction of wood and doors wasn’t. Disabling physx, restarting the game, then re-enabling physx and restarting the game once more fixed this.

    Maybe this physx release fixes that bug.

    By the way thanks for the npc apex cloth guide on this site. Deleting it increased my average fps in the benchmark from 32fps to 48fps. This is with an i5 750 @ 4GHz and GTS250 SLI. All settings max apart from AA @ 1920×1200

      

    Judge Zetsumei

    12 Aug 10 at 11:11 am

  6. It is digitally signed on june 23, same date with 9.10.0224, doh.

      

    GenL

    12 Aug 10 at 8:03 pm


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