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Drop a GeForce into a Radeon system for PhysX

Posted on Friday, August 29 2008 @ 15:56:08 CEST by

Techpowerup reports it's possible to add a GeForce graphics card for PhysX processing to a system that uses a ATI Radeon graphics cards for graphics processing. It doesn't work in Windows Vista though.
Hardspell used a Radeon HD 3850 along with a GeForce 9600 GT on the same system with the display connected to the Radeon, though no form of multi-GPU graphics connection existed, the GeForce card partnered the Radeon well in processing physics, while the Radeon did graphics. Results of the oZone 3D FluidMark, a benchmark that includes routines to evaluate the machine's capability in processing physics, showed a greater than 350% increase in scores, showing that the GeForce accelerator is doing its job.



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