NVIDIA PhysX System Software 9.10.0129


NVIDIA has released the official version of PhysX runtimes. The new version 9.10.0129 seems to add the support of GF100 GPU:

Supports NVIDIA PhysX acceleration on all GeForce 8-series, 9-series, 100-series, 200-series, and 300-series GPUs with a minimum of 256MB dedicated graphics memory and 32 CUDA cores. Note: Some applications may have higher minimum requirements.

Anyway, you can download the version 9.10.0129 HERE.

Keep in mind that PhysX System Software does not require a GeForce 8/9/GTX200/GTX400 card. You can use PhysX runtimes even if you have a Radeon card. With a Radeon (and all non-GeForce 8+ cards like Intel or S3), PhysX will run in software mode.


  • Ezechi3l

    For information : I’ve got the 9.1.0222 PhysX system software redist with the steam version of “Metro 2033” buyed since few days.Oo
    Never understood Nvidia drivers delivery politics..

  • BlackX

    I have PhisiX Version 9.10.0222 i fund it in the directory of the Game Metro 2033!
    Is this a Beta or Wrong Version Number?

  • Ezechi3l

    It seem’s to be a new version, when i try to instal the 9.10.0129 from nvidia the setup bugs. If i do a clean install of the 9.10.0129, and launch Metro 2033, the game reinstall the 9.10.0222.
    So maybe a beta…

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  • Jimmy Rebel

    Physix version 9.10.0222 is distributed with the [yet unreleased] nVidia 197.77 WHQL drivers.

    In-fact, I’m still using 197.45 WHQL drivers, but did update PhysX to 9.10.0222. If you download the 197.77 drivers and extract them, you’ll notice the filename ” PhysX_10.02.22_9.10.0222_SystemSoftware.msi ”

    Physx drivers are named by their release date. In this case, 10.0222 means Feb 22, 2010.

    I don’t know what’s new in these but they are _not_ beta drivers. The driver that includes these is 197.77 WHQL, and by virtue of WHQL it cannot be beta.

    If I’m wrong, feel free to reply. Thanks!