NVIDIA and Ageia: GPU Physics Engine Nearly Complete

We knew it was coming, and now it appears that NVIDIA's acquisition of PhysX maker Ageia is about to pay off. NVIDIA has told analysts that that the conversion of Ageia's physics application interface to CUDA is nearly complete—so if you are running GeForce 8000+ you will soon be able to enjoy the benefits of a… » 4/14/08 8:30pm 4/14/08 8:30pm

What's Next in Graphics Cards: Integrated Physics Processors

We suspected this, but now it's clear that NVIDIA's end game when it picked up PhysX-maker AGEIA was to integrate physics processors into graphics cards. Right now, they're porting the PhysX engine over to run on GeForce 8s, and it'll be a simple software download, bringing some additional physics-crunching juice to… » 2/15/08 3:30pm 2/15/08 3:30pm

Ageia Puts PhysX Gaming Chip into Huge Laptops

The standalone physics chip that Ageia released two years ago is making its way into laptops. Don't expect to use the PhysX 100M mobile processors in tiny notebooks though, these are designed for big desktop replacement mofos, and should ship with a Dell machine first before it hits other "laptops". No info on how… » 8/22/07 4:00pm 8/22/07 4:00pm