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run nvidia physx on the igpu or my 2080 aorus xtreme?

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i want to know if there is any benefits to running the nvidia physx on the integrated GPU(i7-9700k) instead of running it on my GPU Gigabyte RTX 2080 Aorus Xtreme.

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Zero Benefits. Just use the 2080 for it. 


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If you can even use software that uses PhysX for you to compare results of different settings, that is.


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15 minutes ago, Skiiwee29 said:

Zero Benefits. Just use the 2080 for it. 

In fact it will perform much worse if he doesn't


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26 minutes ago, Sauron said:

In fact it will perform much worse if he doesn't

id have to agree. its nvidias software and intel really isnt made for it the way nvidia cards are. just let the gpu handle it. i believe you could get a second weaker nvidia gpu for physx alone but i remember someone maybe even linus having a video on that and the results where very mixed i believe. with minimal effect to none at all to even negative effects i believe but dont quote me on that i just remember thinking meh...that aint worth it.

 


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