Don't waste your time, Physx is only used in certain applications and usually is just an extra graphical effect here and there. Your 1070 can do it just fine on it's own and an aged 560 won't make any tangible difference.
You just stick it in there and go into the nVidia control panel and select it as the PhysX GPU.Do i Sli it? or just leave it in there and not put a monitor to it?
To expand on that,You only have to remove motherboard if you are installing an aftermarket cpu heatsink/fan.
Yes, I should have added that. But frankly with any decent aftermarket cooler, you'll need to remove motherboard.To expand on that,
Only if the aftermarket cpu heatsink/fan requires a backplate mount/bracket that you can't reach. Some aftermarket coolers don't require a bracket on the back of the motherboard.
My H100 uses the stock AMD mounting solution.Yes, I should have added that. But frankly with any decent aftermarket cooler, you'll need to remove motherboard.
Interesting. I've never had a aftermarket cooler that did (except for my socket 939 cooler from CompUSA - it was their brand but for the socket).My H100 uses the stock AMD mounting solution.
Actually I had to steal the stock bracket from a friend because I didn't have mine anymore. Didn't think high end coolers would ever use the stock shitty clip system AMD uses.