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Ageia PhysX Cards: are they still worth it ?

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Marvelous informational video was uploaded today by our regular reader – Andrew Elliott (also known as elliottad or MohawkADE). It is related to overview of Ageia PPU card history and it’s place in current hardware accelerated PhysX infrastructure.

Also, you can find full transcript at our forums.

Related materials:

If you own an Ageia PhysX card, planning to buy one, or just interested in PhysX lifecycle – this video is worth watching without doubt :)

Written by Zogrim

October 22nd, 2010 at 9:32 am

Posted in PhysX Hardware

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5 Responses to 'Ageia PhysX Cards: are they still worth it ?'

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  1. Its a shame NVIDIA dont open source the driver+tools(what there were) for the PPU. (open source, since I guess they would need modifying to work on newer systems).

    It could probably be quite interesting to mess around with for anyone wanting to learn embedded systems etc.

      

    David Black

    23 Oct 10 at 4:08 pm

  2. Hi Zogrim,

    according to this forum thread:

    “http://board.zuxxez.com/showthread.php?t=35093″

    there is GPU@PhysX used in Two Worlds 2. Can you confirm it?

      

    mareknr

    27 Oct 10 at 1:35 pm

  3. mareknr
    It was never stated as Two Worlds 2 will use or won’t use GPU PhysX, but judging by this thread it may have some hardware PhysX support (probably not additional effects, but additional performance type)

    I’ll try to ask around.

      

    Zogrim

    27 Oct 10 at 2:42 pm

  4. Moving content to a new channel, this is the new link

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZNQUJJVurO8

      

    mohawkade

    22 Jul 11 at 8:48 pm

  5. mohawkade:

    Moving content to a new channel, this is the new link

    Thanks, links updated)

      

    Zogrim

    22 Jul 11 at 8:58 pm


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