nVidia causes some Havok
Subject: Graphics Cards | March 20, 2006 - 10:59 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
nVIDIA has beat Ageia to the punch by partnering with Havok to create their own Physics Accelerator Card. By using SLI, they can have one GeForce card working on the graphics, while the second is devoted to physics. As well, it can be implemented on a single card, with some cycles devoted purely to graphics, and others to the physics calculations. [H]ard|OCP explains further here.
"Today NVIDIA is announcing some very exciting technology for gamers that is poised to improve
your gaming experience in a very real way. Our preview of the technology will tell you what you
need to know from the gamer's perspective."
Here are some more Graphics Card articles from around the web:
Physics Technology Report @ Adrian's Rojak Pot
1900XTX Video Card @ motherboards.org
ATI FireGL V7350
Early Preview @ HEXUS
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Sapphire X1600 Pro PCIe
Video Card Review @ Legit Reviews
TARGET="_blank">ATI FireGL V7350 Graphics Card Review: Radeon X1800 XT for Professionals @ X-bit
Vantec Iceberg 5
VGA Cooler @ GideonTech.com
7800GT Short Review @ 3DChip
PX7300 GS TDH Review @ Beyond3D
Card Comparison Guide Rev. 10.3 @ Adrian's Rojak Pot
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