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nvidia allowing others to use physx?

its a christmas miracle.
Never seen a Santa with the GREEN hat.
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Great, now I have to go and find out what Mantle is... I've tried in the past, it's s till bewildering! biggrin.gif
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Great, now I have to go and find out what Mantle is... I've tried in the past, it's s till bewildering! biggrin.gif

just a little "digging" and the answer is right beneath your feet !

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post #34 of 34
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just a little "digging" and the answer is right beneath your feet !


Haha! Yeah, I figured it out, cut the middle guy out essentially.
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