BFG Tech Brings AGEIA PhysX Accelerator Graphics Cards

Posted: Mar 23 2006, 10:00am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:22pm CDT, in News | Gaming

 
BFG Tech Brings AGEIA PhysX Accelerator Graphics Cards
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BFG Technologies announces graphics cards with the AGEIA PhysX processor.

BFG’s physics accelerator cards deliver real-time physical motion and interaction.
With dedicated physics hardware acceleration, the Physics Processing Unit (PPU) works in concert with the Central Processing Unit (CPU) and Graphics Processing Unit (GPU), balancing the PC’s computing power between gameplay, graphics and physics. In plain English this means bigger explosions – Yeah!

There are 20 games announced for 2006 that support the AGEIA PhysX processor including Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter, Unreal Tournament 2007 and Diabolique. The BFG PhysX cards are available today in Alienware and Falcon Northwest rigs. Consumers can by the cards in May for about $300 reports Heise.de (German).
More details on the BFG Technologies site and on the AGEIA site. Find Deals for BFG Cards.

By the way Alienware got just aquired by Dell.

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