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Although it's been well over a year since the Ageia PhysX processor made any noise at all over on the desktop front, the firm is taking full advantage of the exposure provided at the Games Convention in Germany to unveil the PhysX 100M processor for \"high-performance\" gaming lappies. According to t

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August 22, 2007 at 4:32PM
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John Carmack has always been vocally opposed to the concept of dedicated Physics processors for gaming PCs, but his latest statement on the topic really hammers the nail in. Talking to Boot Daily on the topic of Intel's QX6850 CPU, Carmack states that future multiple core CPUs will be able to take t

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There's been plenty of hubbub surrounding the release of Ageia's dedicated PhysX \"PPU\" board, with Epic Games pledging extensive \"Unreal Tournament 2007\" support and around 20 titles in the works. Unfortunately, the launch support is pretty weak, and since the whole point of the tech is the gamin

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