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I suppose this is a bench that is supposed to show us why should we upgrade to the AGEIA physics accelerator. So, what are your scores?

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I still dont see the overall WOW in these yet. Yes they help but still arnt all that needed.
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we'll see, I'm dl right now.
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I still dont see the overall WOW in these yet. Yes they help but still arnt all that needed.
I'm actualy quite bored and thist just came up while browsing. I'm still curious what my card/CPU are capable of.

*EDIT It seems the download speed isn't that great, in this rithm maybe tomorow I'll be able to bench
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I'm actualy quite bored and thist just came up while browsing. I'm still curious what my card/CPU are capable of.

*EDIT It seems the download speed isn't that great, in this rithm maybe tomorow I'll be able to bench
Its never a bad thing to be curious.
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After watching this i dont think Ageia is going to get far:http://www.siliconvalleysleuth.com/2...shows_off.html
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Is using one core on the core 2 Quad almost as good as Ageias card? The physics in that video seem to be plenty.
    
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