GeForce 8 Graphics Processors Gain PhysX Support

Tech Report writes:

"During Nvidia's fourth-quarter financial results conference call, Nvidia shed a little more light on its acquisition of Ageia and what it plans to do with the firm's PhysX technology. Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang made no announcements regarding the deal until asked in the question-and-answer session, but he was happy to divulge a decent number of details.

Huang revealed that Nvidia's strategy is to take the PhysX engine and port it onto CUDA. For those not in the know, CUDA stands for Compute Unified Device Architecture, and it's a C-like application programming interface Nvidia developed to let programmers write general-purpose applications that can run on GPUs. All of Nvidia's existing GeForce 8 graphics processors already support CUDA, and Huang confirmed that the cards will be able to run PhysX."

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M337ING3565d ago

I feel glad I didn't splurge on a PhysX card...

LinuxGuru3565d ago

That's incredible. Really a plus!

Scenarist3565d ago

im glad i didnt splurge either ....was going to tho eventually eventually i will get a card with it built in