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    Default AMD Card with Nvidia PhysX SLI/Crossfire

    Hey guys, amar ekta question.

    Some motherboards have PCIe X16 and X4 slots. Extra slot ta dewar mane ki ami bujtam na. Who is gonna use x4 slot? But something now struck me. What if I use a AMD card in X16 slot and a Nvidia card in the x4 slot? Tahole dedicated PhysX hishabe use kora jabe? If so provide me links about this options.

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    Of course you can use an nVIDIA card for dedicated PhysX along with an AMD card as primary, as long as you have two PCI E slots, and the Lucid hydra chip has gotta mixed mode that combines the two Gpu units regardless of what the vendors are but it's still in a beta stage, btw the thread title is wrong. Just google "Hybrid PhysX" and you'll find what's needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K' View Post
    Of course you can use an nVIDIA card for dedicated PhysX along with an AMD card as primary, as long as you have two PCI E slots, and the Lucid hydra chip has gotta mixed mode that combines the two Gpu units regardless of what the vendors are but it's still in a beta stage, btw the thread title is wrong. Just google "Hybrid PhysX" and you'll find what's needed.
    but jader SLI enable mobo, meaning x16*2 tara ki extra kick pabe 4m the x16 slot? arh eita korle ki fps barbe?

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    PCIE x4? You mean the small PCIE slot right? Oirokom slot ala GPU pawa jai naki? :S

    I use those slots for a sound card and another one for additional USB ports.

    Ar jader SLI MOBO, tara 2ta nvidia GPU lagaite parbe, r ha FPS to barbei because of that additional GPU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
    PCIE x4? You mean the small PCIE slot right? Oirokom slot ala GPU pawa jai naki? :SI use those slots for a sound card and another one for additional USB ports.Ar jader SLI MOBO, tara 2ta nvidia GPU lagaite parbe, r ha FPS to barbei because of that additional GPU.
    No. thats the PCI 1.0 slot. Um talking about PCI Express 2.0 x4 slot. Oita dekhte SLI mobo motoh. 2ta slot. but SLI mobo teh duita slot erh power x16. 2ta card lagale x8 hoye jae.

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