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BFG AGEIA PhysX

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Based on the AGEIA PhysX PPU, this physics accelerator is designed to work with existing graphics solutions and features 128MB memory on 128-bit GDDR3 interface. The parallel physics architecture includes support for universal continuous collision detection, physical smart particle technology, complex object physics system, scalable terrain fidelity, and dynamic gaming framework. 1 PCI 2.0 slot required.

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BFG AGEIA PhysX Reviews Rating: 80 out of 100 based on 2 ratings.

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website score publish date article quality
Anandtech  --- May 17 '06
BiT-Tech.net  --- May 08 '06
GamePC  --- May 19 '06
Hot Hardware 7/10 May 08 '06
PC Perspective  --- May 08 '06
Tech Report  --- Jun 22 '06
techPowerUp! 8.9/10 Oct 01 '07
Tom's Hardware  --- Jun 19 '06
XSreviews.co.uk  --- May 17 '07
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Anandtech on

"Our first few weeks playing with PhysX have been a bit of a mixed bag. On one hand, the technology is really exciting, game developers are promising support for it, two games already benefit from..."

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BiT-Tech.net on

"It's all very positive for the future but it is hard to recommend that anyone rush out to buy a PhysX card today. If you have a high-end gaming system, the most you're going to gain is some extra..."

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GamePC on

"...our recommendation is to simply wait. At this point in time, the cards are worth the price of a decent mid-range processor or graphics card (around $300), which will be a much better use of..."

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Hot Hardware on

"BFG has done themselves proud by offering hardcore gaming enthusiasts the bleeding-edge hardware they demand. In terms of who BFG aims to address with the launch of their PhysX-based card, they..."

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PC Perspective on

"At its current state, the BFG AGEIA PhysX PPU card is a mixed bag. On one hand, the card’s additions to Ghost Recon and the couple other titles that are in retail that support PhysX, are less than..."

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