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    ASUS AGEIA physx pci-e card

    ASUS AGEIA physx pci-e card
    pci-e 1x







    CPU loading



    physx loading


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    Does it improve 3D Benchmark scores ?
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    Oooh sexy
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    Quote Originally Posted by massman
    Does it improve 3D Benchmark scores ?
    doubtful. I'd rather buy a pci-e soundcard they have more use.


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    tell asus that it's all about black pcb now

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    wow, the perfect ut2k7 setup right there.
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    Does this have a convertor bridge? Or is this a new AGEIA chip on there.

    Also, can you benchmark it against the PCI part? Let's see if there is a performance gain.
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    just downloadn the PHYSX Benchmark, and run it..

    that will show alot.




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    Quote Originally Posted by IvanAndreevich
    Does this have a convertor bridge? Or is this a new AGEIA chip on there.

    Also, can you benchmark it against the PCI part? Let's see if there is a performance gain.
    Well.. I see no bridge chip there... maybe it has native support..
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    How loud is that fan, looks like its one of those ones which develop an annoying whine over time

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    the fan on the top so ......nice

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    Can it be overclocked?
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    COOL AND KNOW WE NEED CARD WHET pci-e16
    AND MOBO WHET 8 pci-e16

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    Why does it need external power A PCI-e slot should deliver enough power for such a card

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    Love the difference in size compared to the 8800GTX lol.

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    that heatsink sucks. they coulda got away with a better designed yet same size passive IMHO.
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    pci-x 1x looks funny
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rovtar
    pci-x 1x looks funny
    agreed, looks like the pins are gonna just snap off
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    is this the first x1 connector card? or are there pci-e sound cards available?


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    theres a couple dozen PCIE cards out there for 1x and 4x.
    but the majority are RAID cards or NIC cards.
    no sound card that I am aware of yet...

    cant even find this PCIE PhysX card on Asus own site...




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    I love new tech as much as the next guy...

    but with the raw power of the 8800gtx, I am hoping the 1/4 difference between the gts and the gtx can be reprogrammed to match the power of the ageia processor. This is of course assuming part of the "pipeline" can be broken up to distribute both physics and graphics without needing to dedicate an entire card to the process.
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    Ageia PhysX PCI-E x1

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    Can you remove heatsink? It's interesting to look on unhidden PCB!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Green
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    Can you remove heatsink? It's interesting to look on unhidden PCB!
    Agreed, I'm quite interested in what is under there

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