Physical graphics and chicken tossing

Subject: Shows and Expos | January 11, 2010 - 09:02 AM |
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Get a stereo view of nVIDIA's new Fermi based GF100 card that was demonstrated at CES 2010.  A system with three of these cards was shown off with the running of a rocket sled.  Mostly a physics demo, but partially a game, the rocket sled demo shows off how physics cards can allow the interaction of an engine as it tears its self to pieces due to extreme G-forces.  Legit Reviews has a close up of the monitor or you can always check out Ryan interviewing the demonstrator with the video in the background.

"Legit Reviews got a chance to look at test system that had not one, but three GF100 Fermi graphics

cards running in triple SLI demo. The demo is being narrated by NVIDIA and it is worth a look! .

NVIDIA also announced that GF100 was in volume production, so it looks like Fermi will still be out in

Q1 2010."

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