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I have a desktop with a Nvidia GeForce 210 1GB. I am going to buy an Nvidia GeForce GT 630 2GB. Is there a chance to run both of these video cards at he same time? I think none of these cards support SLI but I do think of it both of them have PhysX.

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To run both cards in tandem, they both have to support SLI. Neither the GT 630 nor the 210 support SLI.

PhysX is a physics rendering engine for nVidia video cards. It has nothing to do with SLI.

However, if you want to use multiple monitors, yes, you can have multiple video cards to add more monitors.

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Oh okay then thanks for the answer :) – epicsauce1137 Sep 9 '12 at 6:10
AFAIK only the very same GPUs can work together in SLi or Crossfire. As in you would need two GT630s instead of two different cards. – Shiki Sep 9 '12 at 9:11

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