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Nvidia has confirmed that its drivers deliberately disable on-GPU PhysX physics acceleration if you attempt to use one of its cards alongside an ATI GPU for graphics rendering.
John Carmack has spoken about a number of topics surrounding games development, and given some insight on the future.
Havok has announced it will be releasing it's complete toolset for free this May - which is great news for indie and professional studios.
Nvidia has announced that it has already completed the Ageia buyout. CEO Jen-Hsun Huang outlined plans on yesterday's earnings call.
In a rather shocking announcement, Nvidia has revealed that it is set to acquire Ageia Technologies for an undisclosed amount.
When we first looked at the PhysX features in UT3, we were a bit non-plussed. It turns out though that our hardware was a little glitchy, so we're having a little revisit.
Ageia PhysX, in continuing attempts to show us how gaming can be enhanced with hardware physics, has released a new PhysX title for free!
Physics has been one of those industry buzzwords for a while now, and it looks like the company that raised the awareness could well be on the road to acquisition.
Mark Rein of Epic has announced that an open beta of Unreal Tournament 3 will be available within two weeks for the PC. OSX and Linux versions are on the way. Check out the details within.
We chat with Ageia's Michael Steele and Dan Forster, who showed us a few of the new PhysX supported games and let us know just what they think about Crysis and John Carmack's recent comments.
We take a look at GRAW 2 for the PC to see just what's new in the PC version of the game and how Ageia PhysX affects the game experience. Is this as good as previous Tom Clancy titles, or just a cash-in? Find out inside.
John Carmack has spoken out on the subject of dedicated physics cards and it's not good news for Ageia.
We take CellFactor: Revolution, the showcase for Ageia's PhysX physics processing card, out for a spin to see how it handles.
Ageia's CEO has revealed some of the company's plans for its PhysX PPUs. He talked about upcoming games and other applications that the company wants to accelerate with PhysX.
Reports suggest that there will be a new interface for the card coming in October, making it easier to squeeze into a new system.
The PhysX chip just got a PR boost - AGEIA has been accepted to help mould 3DMark from now on, becoming part of Futuremark's BDP.
A job posting says that Microsoft is looking to recruit a physics developer to work on a new module for Direct X. What happens to AGEIA and Havok?
NVIDIA stalwarts BFG Technologies is the first to retail with AGEIA's PhysX PPU card. We grabbed Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter - the first AAA title to support it - to see whether it lives up to the pre-launch hype.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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