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Old 28th September 2007, 11:55   #1
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Default 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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