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Old 15th March 2010, 14:52   #1
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GRAPHICS CHIP DESIGNER Nvidia has denied accusations that it has been paying game developers for implementing GPU-accelerated processing of physics effects using its PhysX code. The accusations were made by Nvidia's rival graphics vendor ATI, but it seems they are based on the fact that the Green Goblin has been helping out games developers.

Nvidia admits paying engineers or artists to help game developers to incorporate certain effects into their game titles, but said that this is not meant to influence their decision to utilize PhysX. Ashutosh Rege, director of developer technology at Nvidia, said that there could be no deal under which the firm "would cash somebody in for using PhysX".
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