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First Hand with the PhysX Processor

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PCPerspective gives you their thoughts and impressions of the AGEIA PhysX processor after getting a little hands on action with an AGEIA equipped gaming system. There are a handful of videos that show the benefit of a PhysX PPU.

In Ghost Recon, the differences between having a PhysX card and not having one are not as dramatic as I had first hoped they would be. Honestly, it would be a hard sell to most users to ask them to pay as much as $250 extra for a product that performs only what we saw here.
http://www.pcper.com/article.php?aid=245
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in a year or two those will be standard on gaming computers, but i dont think they can ever force computers to have this ppu in order to play the game, that will be cutting out too man of their customers.
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