Can PhysX take advantage of 2+ cards with NVLink?

Are there any advantages for PhysX for cases where two or more GTX 3090 boards are connected via NVLink?

Or will the PhysX execution for a given process be limited to just one card even when two or more are connected with NVLink?

I am particularly interested in knowing whether a single PhysX instance will be able to address significantly more GPU RAM with 2+ cards that are connected by NVLink compared to using a single card.

My application involves simulating rigid body deposition of granular media (think sand in an hourglass) and I’m running into serious RAM limitations with my existing single RTX 2080 Ti card.

Thanks in advance for your time in answering my question…

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