Our database contains 51 different files for filename physx3_x86.dll . This files most often belongs to product PhysX. and were most often developed by company NVIDIA Corporation. This files most often have description PhysX3 32bit Dynamic Link Library.
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This dynamic linking library is part of the Nvidia PhysX - 32b library.
"PhysX is a scalable multi-platform game physics solution supporting a wide range of devices, from smartphones to high-end multicore CPUs."
More info can be found on Wikipedia source http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PhysX or on Nvidia developer's site : https://developer.nvidia.com/physx
File details of most used file with name "physx3_x86.dll"
- NVIDIA Corporation
- PhysX3 32bit Dynamic Link Library
- %SystemDiskRoot%\ARMA III Alpha\ARMA III Alpha
- Operating System:
- Windows 7
- May 25, 2013
- Digital Signature:
- NVIDIA Corporation
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This dynamic linking library is part of the Nvidia PhysX - 32b library. "PhysX is a scalable multi-platform game physics solution supporting a wide range of devices, from smartphones to high-end multicore CPUs." More info can be found on Wikipedia source http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PhysX or on Nvidia developer's site : https://developer.nvidia.com/physx(id: 15085302)