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Originally Posted by Shin2k35 View Post
Unifiying all videgame based physics under one engine is good. That's the point. It's ok having HAvok taxing CPU's, or having GPU physX (or PPU PhysX) but at the end of the day it's just more **** for you to buy to stay up to date. At least this way both major graphics cards vendors can include the same, better technology, and thus more developers will make use of it.

Nvidia and ATI would benefit greatly because as Physics get more demanding, it means you can sell more graphics cards for SLI/Crossfire.
I agree with this. I think Nvidia is also looking for any allies they can since it seems they are starting a parallel processing war with Intel. Spreading CUDA (especially if it's through AMD) is a good move.
post #22 of 27
I'm glad to see someone at Nvidia opened their eyes, saw a great opportunity, and threw their dice on it.
    
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I really cant believe people right now. ati people should be happy!
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I really cant believe people right now. ati people should be happy!
Who said they weren't?
   
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post #25 of 27
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Unifiying all videgame based physics under one engine is good. That's the point. It's ok having HAvok taxing CPU's, or having GPU physX (or PPU PhysX) but at the end of the day it's just more **** for you to buy to stay up to date. At least this way both major graphics cards vendors can include the same, better technology, and thus more developers will make use of it.

Nvidia and ATI would benefit greatly because as Physics get more demanding, it means you can sell more graphics cards for SLI/Crossfire.
Except with the way Intel is going with CPUs now (highly parallel architechture), I'd kind of expect that most of that power would be completely unused in games if Physics was done on a GPU.
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I'm glad to see someone at Nvidia opened their eyes, saw a great opportunity, and threw their dice on it.
Seriously, this was a great move on Nvidia's part. Healthy competition at its finest and more respect for them. And like someone else mentioned, they couldn't just cut PhyX support off, that'd be totally illegal, lmao.
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the way i see it NV share the Cuda **** devopers make games that use the tech and nvidia make there cards use it better in teh end its 1 up on ati if there cards perform physics better. also it bites Intel in the ass big time and that's what NV likes to do after the your not making chip Sets for our new cpus so give us SLI or get out.

Im thinking were gonna see NV sucking upto AMD because in the end Intel is now the enemy. i think its about time AMD slaped a cpu to once again beat intel so we can all enjoy cheap high powered cpus again with a choice of ATI or NV GPUs

But then again im sure AMD will pull something nice this year its just a cycle. And it keeps the prices down so i buy whats best at the time i dot hate anyone i jsut like getting the best bang for my buck
    
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