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PhysX on a ATI Card


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ADNoland

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Ok, this is a silly question. I've always been an nVidia owner and supporter of BFG Tech but I got an amazing deal to upgrade my graphics card and I purchased my first ATI card, an XFX Radeon 5870 and I made sure to completely delete all the nVidia drivers, which brings me to my question.... What do I do about PhysX? I know nVidia stopped supporting previous PhysX cards and any non nVidia card so how do I play these games? I can't play MoH Airborne or Dragon Age Origions because it tells me I need PhysX. nvidia.com/physx doesn't tell me anything useful, unless I'm overlooking the answer. It's too bad I can't just buy an old PhysX card and use that.
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Well, solved my problem myself. Metro 2033 has PhysX drivers when I installed it so I can now play those games again. I looked in the drivers section of the nVidia website but didn't see PhysX drivers. Did I overlook it or do I get the drivers somewhere else?
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