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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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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 May 17 '06

"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 May 09 '06

"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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PC Perspective on May 08 '06

"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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Tech Report on Jun 22 '06

"Right now, it seems to me they have two very big problems. One, few games take advantage of the PhysX hardware at all, and the few that do don't use the PPU's processing power in a compelling way...."

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techPowerUp! on Oct 01 '07

"The first question one needs to ask is simple: "Is the card worth it?". The simple response is "Yes". While you would have been hard pressed to say so a year ago, a lot has changed since then. The..."

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