PhysX v9.12.0203 (Alice: Madness Return fix?)
Someone reported over on Guru3D [url=http://forums.guru3d.com/showpost.php?p=4244884&postcount=451]*here*[/url] that the latest v295.51 beta drivers were repacked on 6th February 2012 with a newer version of PhysX, v9.12.0203, presumably to fix the issues with v9.11.1111 and games such as Alice: Madness Returns?

However, NVIDIA have not yet released this version of PhysX as a separate download which seems an odd oversight as many people will not be aware that these graphics drivers contain an updated file.
Someone reported over on Guru3D *here* that the latest v295.51 beta drivers were repacked on 6th February 2012 with a newer version of PhysX, v9.12.0203, presumably to fix the issues with v9.11.1111 and games such as Alice: Madness Returns?



However, NVIDIA have not yet released this version of PhysX as a separate download which seems an odd oversight as many people will not be aware that these graphics drivers contain an updated file.

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#1
Posted 02/14/2012 04:00 PM   
NVIDIA is not so prompt on updating the "stand alone" version of PhysX on their website.
NVIDIA is not so prompt on updating the "stand alone" version of PhysX on their website.

#2
Posted 02/14/2012 05:39 PM   
[quote name='Stefem' date='14 February 2012 - 12:39 PM' timestamp='1329241143' post='1369431']NVIDIA is not so prompt on updating the "stand alone" version of PhysX on their website.[/quote]
Unfortunately very true...
[quote name='Stefem' date='14 February 2012 - 12:39 PM' timestamp='1329241143' post='1369431']NVIDIA is not so prompt on updating the "stand alone" version of PhysX on their website.

Unfortunately very true...

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#3
Posted 02/14/2012 10:10 PM   
well, the new physx drivers fixes Alice (at least for me) and also fixes my Cursed Crusade issues as well :)

http://www.mediafire.com/?grlsjmaw45r3wbl if you just want the physx driver (thanks to Stvor of guru3d)

UPDATE: Rock Of Ages still does not work with these drivers
well, the new physx drivers fixes Alice (at least for me) and also fixes my Cursed Crusade issues as well :)



http://www.mediafire.com/?grlsjmaw45r3wbl
if you just want the physx driver (thanks to Stvor of guru3d)



UPDATE: Rock Of Ages still does not work with these drivers

#4
Posted 02/14/2012 11:34 PM   
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