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Old 9th June 2008, 14:42   #1
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Default ATI probing PhysX on GPU

We've learned that ATI will go for Physics, but itís not that surprising after all. You might remember the ATI brick demo that they did a few tradeshows back, which was supposed to discourage the Ageia guys and their hardware chips.

At the time, ATI claimed that its new Shader model 4 card with R600, as the first one, can do better physics than PhysX chip. Well, if Nvidia can run Physics on CUDA, so can ATI with the GPU, but both companies still need to do some work on this rather complicated piece of software.

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