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PhysX v9.09.0914

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Version: 9.09.0914 WHQL

Release Date: 2009.09.14

Operating System: Windows XP 64-bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64-bit, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows Vista 64-bit

Language: English (U.S.)

File Size: 34.5 MB

PhysX v9.09.0914

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Peter Dackers

Thanks! Installed just fine. :)

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DavidFan

does this work on 9300M GS? last time i have installed one physx,but i couldnt open it from control panel,double click Physx button and just got the interface of driver setting, not physx setting, is there any idea to solve this problem?

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Korn1699

Is this the same version that was posted earlier? It has the same version number, and I get the same error when I try to run Arkham Asylum.

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Guest Jedi69

does this work on 9300M GS? last time i have installed one physx,but i couldnt open it from control panel,double click Physx button and just got the interface of driver setting, not physx setting, is there any idea to solve this problem?

I think you need at least 32shaders for Physx to work...

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Korn1699

On the NVIDIA site, it list only the 9500 or better cards in the 9000 series will support PhysX. Here is a list of the desktop cards supported.

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DavidFan

I think you need at least 32shaders for Physx to work...

thanks for yr reply, but what did u mean by this shader? i dont get u...

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DavidFan

On the NVIDIA site, it list only the 9500 or better cards in the 9000 series will support PhysX. Here is a list of the desktop cards supported.

finally...thank you, then my GPU is a piece of s***...Graphic card is the only pity of my note book

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Guest jay

it is the 8800 series and up that support physx.

not 9500 and up unless they changed the requirements. but it is any card that supports cuda because cuda has been omplemented to work with physx.

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