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Thread: Do I enable SLI and Physx both ?




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    Default Do I enable SLI and Physx both ?

    I got the card working for sure now!

    They are so big I had to cut 1 of the shrouds in the back it was hitting my sata connectors. I guess just enough to make it not insert correctly. < what an amiture dweb idiot huh (Me) oh well.
    I cut just a little more and now it fits and works.

    I have 2 check boxs

    1 is set PhysX GPU acceleration enable disable.
    2 is setSLI

    do I enable both?

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    Default Re: Do I enable SLI and Physx both ?

    Yeah Why not. I dont know if there are too many games out there that will take full advantage of the Physx stuff yet but I dont think it will hurt to enable it.
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