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Windows 7: [ABT]Nvidia announces new PhysX titles

30 Apr 2009   #1

[ABT]Nvidia announces new PhysX titles

In order to counter AMD/ATIís HD 4770 launch Nvidia didnít launch a product this time, but they did announce new titles based on their PhysX Technology they acquired when they bought Ageia.

finally some movement on the physX software.....


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01 May 2009   #2


Nice. I just hope that Blizzard is making good use of PhysX for both Diablo 3 and SpaceQuest 2....
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02 May 2009   #3

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God they better have Physx on Diablo 3. I don't think my laptop would be ablet to run it on the best video settings otherwise, gotta take some of the load off the CPU.
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