I have a Foxconn FlamingBlade GTI mobo that supports crossfire but not SLI.
My main graphics card is a GTX470 & since I have a spare PCIE-16 slot I thought to throw in my 9800GT.
The question is will I just add it, & give it power from the PSU, remove the old driver & reinstall a new driver so that it detects both of the cards?? or how
Besides, is it worth doing so??? will I see performance gains in games that have physx?
A step by step guide is highly appreciated
I don't think your mobo has to support SLI in order for you to have two gpu-s, one for graphics and the other for PhysX.
Just install the card and reinstall the drivers and PhysX software. It should work.
I think you need a SLI support but there are a lot of great Mobos out there that support it.
you don't need SLI for PhysX. I have done it before on a crossfire board.
It can be done technically speaking on a non SLI mobo
So I just add the 9800GT
Boot the system & install the NVIDIA-PhysX System Software
"thats what im a little fuzy about"
Do I just install the PhysX System Software as a driver or do I have to install the whole Nvidia driver?
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