Hi Team Green [H]’s. I have a few questions since my five-year hiatus from Nvidia cards on my desktop. I recently upgraded from a pair of AMD Vega Frontier Edition cards to a pair of 2080s. No issues or anything installing the new cards as it went off without a hitch and a tad boring since it was a piece of cake. But I do have some technical question about them after being away for so long. 1) PhysX: I know that PhysX is still around and used in a lot of gaming engines nowadays. But I have never really thought of it as groundbreaking…even when I had an original PhysX card back in the day. In the Nvidia control panel, I used to be able to split PhysX rendering across both cards when running in SLI. Now I see you can run it across one card or the other or the CPU. Was this feature removed? Just curious…. 2) What is a program that can be used to unlock the hidden features to in the drivers. What is currently used to achieve this? 3) Is the Nvidia control panel ever going to be updated? It seems this is the same exact version that has been used for years except with new features added. I really enjoyed the AMD control panel and its graphical layout. Using the Nvidia control panel is like “uh, okay…nothing new to see here.” 4) I received two games from Nvidia (Anthem and Battlefield V) Is it possible to sell these games or am I stuck with them? (I currently own BF-V and have no interest for Anthem) 5) When launching the Nvidia control panel, is there anyway for it to appear at the top of the list instead of the middle when clicking on your desktop properties? Thx everyone!!!