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    Talking Nvidia ported PhysX to OpenCL meaning ATI card can use PhysX now

    Yes u've read the title right nvida ported PhysX to OpenCL, meaning now selected AMD Radeons can use PhysX. Now with AMD's new ATI Stream v2.0 SDK PhysX can be used.For more details Visit the following sites

    http://www.bit-tech.net/news/hardwar...sx-to-opencl/1

    http://developer.amd.com/documentati...Beta.aspx#four

    and for a list of suppored cards visit
    http://developer.amd.com/GPU/ATISTRE...s/default.aspx

    Gimme a rep for the news...........

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    Default Re: Nvidia ported PhysX to OpenCL meaning ATI card can use PhysX now

    Eh? It says 'Nvidia considers porting...' and its an article written in March 2009

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    Default Re: Nvidia ported PhysX to OpenCL meaning ATI card can use PhysX now

    yes but now with ati's new stream drivers ppl r playing batman with physX.....go to the second link it says physX work widout CUDA via openCL.......

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    Default Re: Nvidia ported PhysX to OpenCL meaning ATI card can use PhysX now

    Eh? :S Is this what you are talking about: http://forums.vr-zone.com/news-aroun...ers-games.html

    ---------- Post added at 19:57 ---------- Previous post was at 19:56 ----------

    Btw the second link says that CUDA can be ported to work with OpenCL, not that it is already working. Its the developers choice...as always. This isn't anything new

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    Default Re: Nvidia ported PhysX to OpenCL meaning ATI card can use PhysX now

    Quote Originally Posted by aayman_farzand View Post
    Eh? :S Is this what you are talking about: http://forums.vr-zone.com/news-aroun...ers-games.html

    ---------- Post added at 19:57 ---------- Previous post was at 19:56 ----------

    Btw the second link says that CUDA can be ported to work with OpenCL, not that it is already working. Its the developers choice...as always. This isn't
    anything new
    well yea but some gamerz have used physX in a ati 5870.........in futuremark also physX workz....

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    Default Re: Nvidia ported PhysX to OpenCL meaning ATI card can use PhysX now

    Well,i heard that phyx can be openCL.ed. But what abt d performance?is a 6870 equal 2 470 in phyx?

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    Default Re: Nvidia ported PhysX to OpenCL meaning ATI card can use PhysX now

    Quote Originally Posted by Rakin View Post
    well yea but some gamerz have used physX in a ati 5870.........in futuremark also physX workz....
    I believe in those benchamrks and games, PhysX is on the CPU, not GPU. If it was on the GPU then the whole world would know it, it wouldn't be exclusive to just a couple of guys with 5870s.

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    Default Re: Nvidia ported PhysX to OpenCL meaning ATI card can use PhysX now

    maybe...

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    Default Re: Nvidia ported PhysX to OpenCL meaning ATI card can use PhysX now

    [QUOTE=aayman_farzand;238207]I believe in those benchamrks and games, PhysX is on the CPU, not GPU. If it was on the GPU then the whole world would know it, it wouldn't be exclusive to just a couple of guys with 5870s.[/Q]

    i think its fair time to give him the link to that physx emulator that was posted last april.

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    Default Re: Nvidia ported PhysX to OpenCL meaning ATI card can use PhysX now

    Quote Originally Posted by cRush View Post
    i think its fair time to give him the link to that physx emulator that was posted last april.
    That "April fool" one? I tried it but it did not seem to work, so I restored my disk image (calculated risk).


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