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Monday, 27 August 2007 09:59

Intel gives Ageia a go

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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X38 is Physics card ready


Intel’s own presentation recommends users that the PCI slot on its new X38 motherboards and chipset diagram is perfect for Ageia PhysX card. This is something that caught the company off guard and a lot of people at Ageia were thrilled about it.


Before, Intel, as well as Nvidia and ATI, were competing against the PhysX card, telling everyone that they can do it better. Well, Intel now has a space for PhysX card in its super high end, soon to come X38 chipset and motherboards.

We tried Physics a few times now and under €99 price it might make sense to go for it, especially when Unreal Tournament III is out.

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