Quadro 4000
I have Quadro 4000 card and im trying to do some particles simulation in 3dsMax using particle flow box 2 from Orbaz which needs PhysX but it does not seem to work

even with RayFire tool

and yeah i have the latest quadro 4000 hardware driver installed + latest PhysX driver + 3dsMax PhysX plugin and i have set the PhysX acceleration to quadro 4000 in nVidia control panel

so does quadro 4000 support PhysX simulation or not ?

thanks
I have Quadro 4000 card and im trying to do some particles simulation in 3dsMax using particle flow box 2 from Orbaz which needs PhysX but it does not seem to work



even with RayFire tool



and yeah i have the latest quadro 4000 hardware driver installed + latest PhysX driver + 3dsMax PhysX plugin and i have set the PhysX acceleration to quadro 4000 in nVidia control panel



so does quadro 4000 support PhysX simulation or not ?



thanks

#1
Posted 10/05/2011 11:54 AM   
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#2
Posted 10/13/2011 07:13 PM   
I Have a Quadro 4000 and a Quadro FX1800 both on the same machine (not SLI) ..they hold up 3 monitors.
I have the same problem. None of them supports PhysX

which is ....despicable.. if one considers how many times more he paid for their so called "proffesional" abilities and drivers.

if we knew better maybe we should get a GTX680 and run physX applications there instead of "Proffesional" grade cards.
I Have a Quadro 4000 and a Quadro FX1800 both on the same machine (not SLI) ..they hold up 3 monitors.

I have the same problem. None of them supports PhysX



which is ....despicable.. if one considers how many times more he paid for their so called "proffesional" abilities and drivers.



if we knew better maybe we should get a GTX680 and run physX applications there instead of "Proffesional" grade cards.

#4
Posted 04/15/2012 06:52 PM   
[quote name='Limpetz' date='13 October 2011 - 11:45 PM' timestamp='1318549524' post='1307890']
I think it does not!
[/quote]

This link seem's to suggest that it does

http://www.overclock.net/t/589202/faq-physx

but not sure where to get the separate physx driver from yet?
[quote name='Limpetz' date='13 October 2011 - 11:45 PM' timestamp='1318549524' post='1307890']

I think it does not!





This link seem's to suggest that it does



http://www.overclock.net/t/589202/faq-physx



but not sure where to get the separate physx driver from yet?

#5
Posted 04/16/2012 12:27 PM   
Check the link below:

http://www.geforce.com/hardware/technology/physx/supported-gpus
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