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Originally Posted by borandiIt's a 5450, if you actually ask Asus at the booth.
Originally Posted by Pete JOne thing I've been wondering since hearing about the Hydra chip: How does PhysX come into it? Does it stop working if an ATI card is present (I'd expect it to)? Or is it disabled overall, even if all the cards are Nvidia?
Effectively, the board could force people to favour ATI over Nvidia due to potential PhysX problems, though in reality the kind of people who buy this board will most likely be enthusiasts who'll know about this.
Originally Posted by rickysioPhysX will never work with AMD cards if nVidia has anything to say about it.
Originally Posted by Pete JI know and it's one of the biggest dick-moves I've ever seen >:( .
I still wonder if the Hydra chip affects PhysX though?
Originally Posted by borandiI take my comment back, it is indeed a 5700 series. http://vimeo.com/12211597
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