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|28th September 2007, 11:55||#1|
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Ageia's PhysX chip eats only 10W
AGEIA CAME BACK to us with information regarding its second PhysX chip.
This chip is now called PhysX 100M, and as the name says - it is planned for implementation in different notebooks, starting with Dell's The Beast concept, now known as XPS M1730.
Back in April, we reported about Ageia making a die-shrink and preparing a laptop module. All of this was based on upcoming die-shrink, meaning original 130nm PPUs were going the way of do-do bird. Now, Ageia's board is available in PCIe form, at least if your name is Alienware, Dellienware or Acer. Of course, all the attention of the die-shrunk PPU should go into Dell's latest gaming machine, known under the codename "The Beast".
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