EVGA GeForce GTX275 CO-OP PhysX Edition Video Card gets its gravitational pull on

by Rafael Hernandez on February 8, 2010 · 0 comments

When most enthusiasts think of a dual-GPU graphics card thoughts of insane frame rates and GPGPU crunching power come to mind, for some daring graphics card manufacturers it’s a chance to take a daring step into PhysX accelerated gaming.

Benchmark Reviews has a look at the EVGA GeForce GTX275 CO-OP PhysX Edition graphics card and its dual role as a 3D and PhysX accelerator:

The EVGA GTX 275 CO-OP PhysX Edition is the first dual GPU video card to use different GPUs: there’s a GTX 275 and a GTS 250. You cannot connect a monitor to the GTS 250; in fact, you can’t use the GTS 250 for rendering at all. Both of the DVI connectors on the rear of the card are connected to the GTX 275. The GTS 250 is only available for CUDA work.

An interesting proposal for those with an extensive library of physics demanding titles.

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