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|22nd March 2006, 11:27||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Ageia PhysX is getting closer
NVIDIA wants to make a frightful din about how two SLI cards can do the great physics job. We are sure it can, but we donít think it will be able to match Ageia's PhysX cards.
We learned that the company already shipped a few hundred cards and the company wants to share them with the modding community. Ageia desperately needs more content for its cool hardware. It will distribute and sell some cards to the guys that might make some additional content and hope that those chaps can make some cool demos or levels based on Unreal Engine 3 and its Artificial Reality Engine.
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