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    Talking Nvidia snapped in bed with ATI....ha ha ha

    looks like nVidia is getting "bamboo" from all sides

    Quote Originally Posted by INQ
    A LITTLE OVER A MONTH AGO a post at NGOHQ.com left gamers on the edge of their seats. A modded driver was running Physx on an ATI HD 3850. at the time we wrote about it here. Last night we spotted a post on Hardspell showing some more Radeon Physx… this time with a twist.
    The twist is this: the site claims these to be 9600GT and an HD 3850 running side by side, while the HD 3850 is providing Physx processing in FluidmMark Physx Series. There are 2 screen caps with CPU Physx and GPU Physx as well as GPU-Z. The scores get a solid boost from 759 marks to 2909 marks when ATI takes care of business.
    Although gamers have been giddy with delight about running Physx on Radeon in their rigs, so far no-one has been able to run differently-branded GPUs in the same system. This is increasingly looking like a Vista limitation, as the shots were taken under XP (look at GPU-Z). Sure, you don’t get DX10 – which is a shame - but as this is likely a work in progress it’s already a feat in itself.
    No reference as to who is the anonymous cupid, tho'.
    ATI might not be interested in following through with this but, as long as there’s a community willing to do this on the sideline, they won’t complain either… at least not until Intel and AMD give Havok physics a push into the limelight. µ
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    Default Re: Nvidia snapped in bed with ATI....ha ha ha

    Heard about the PhysX in running in ATi hardware (3800 series) nearly a month ago... then heard 4870X2's tweaked PhysX driver is coming about a week ago... didn't know it's roomer or real...
    nVidia will get a bigger bamboo soon from many more sides soon............

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    Default Re: Nvidia snapped in bed with ATI....ha ha ha

    from the forum:: SOURCE


    Coming Soon! from the author of the infamous SLI Patch.

    Well... well... sadly, the HD 4800 family won't be supported, because AMD thinks NGOHQ.com is not worthy enough to borrow review samples (definitely a bad idea). Anyway, expect to see some cool demo video in several days-weeks. Remember, it takes a lot of time and work to make CUDA compatible enough with Radeon to get it to fully work without any issues.

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    Default Re: Nvidia snapped in bed with ATI....ha ha ha

    i like the "Ho ho ho" part most
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    Default Re: Nvidia snapped in bed with ATI....ha ha ha

    Quote Originally Posted by CvP View Post
    i like the "Ho ho ho" part most
    me tooo..............

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    Arrow Re: Nvidia snapped in bed with ATI....ha ha ha

    Radeon and GeForce Share Work, PhysX Applications Win

    The functionality of CUDA and its implementation of GPU-accelerated PhysX processing has benefited many a GeForce user. Users of ATI accelerators lacking this incentive either use Ageia PhysX card or avoid it altogether. It has been verified by Hardspell that in an environment where Radeon accelerator(s) do graphics processing, a GeForce accelerator can be used standalone to process PhysX. Hardspell used a Radeon HD 3850 along with a GeForce 9600 GT on the same system with the display connected to the Radeon, though no form of multi-GPU graphics connection existed, the GeForce card partnered the Radeon well in processing physics, while the Radeon did graphics. Results of the oZone 3D FluidMark, a benchmark that includes routines to evaluate the machine's capability in processing physics, showed a greater than 350% increase in scores, showing that the GeForce accelerator is doing its job.



    This was further proved with game testing of Unreal Tournament III. Provided are screen-shots from the game along with those of the FluidMark windows. The first window shows a score of 759 o3marks, while the second window in which GeForce processed PhysX, the score jumped to 2909 o3marks.









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