Originally Posted by CaptainFabulous
Dude, don't be a jackass, you know what I mean. Either you can answer the question or not. If not just say so, don't be a dick about it.
There are programs that use CUDA and/or PhysX that DO NOT run in a hybrid system because they won't use the secondary card. My question was simple: is there a way around this?
I assume, from your repeated snarky responses, you don't know the answer.
Sorry, i didn't mean to be snarky.
First thing to note - this thread is about PhysX in the first place.
Second - Badaboom is NOT using PhysX, but only CUDA, right? Or does it really using PhysX for some actions?
I remember seeing someone using some old driver (190 or older) and got Badaboom working, but i think it may be just an issue of the Badaboom, not a driver. I really don't think that someone will magically get a full CUDA support for any application with that old driver only, you know.
And finally, can you please provide the full list of these applications (known to you) that are using CUDA and/or PhysX that do not run in a hybrid system? This way we all can review this list and try to find the answers you seek.