Nvidia to release WHQL-certified PhysX drivers

"Nvidia to bring WHQL-certified PhysX drivers on August 5th "

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Nvidia to bring WHQL-certified PhysX drivers on August 5th
 
Graphics giant NVIDIA are reportedly readying WHQL-certified drivers for release on August 5th. The driver will support PhysX acceleration on all capable GeForce 8, 9 and GTX cards, while carrying Microsoft's WHQL certificate.
 
...the new ForceWare driver is expanding PhysX support to all currently available PhysX titles on the market, including Ghost Recon 2: Advanced Warfighter, Warmonger and Cell Factor: Revolution.
 
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20-07-2008, 16:14:25

Nick R
SAS is nice but I'd prefer a rampage extreme with a decent processor over that. Specially as the rampage extreme would be able to hold it's own against most systems for at least a year.

20-07-2008, 16:21:37

Rastalovich
Around the net I`ve heard some solid things Foxconn wize, it`ll be interesting as to how their X58 venture goes.

Am keen to hear details on the nVidia/X58 models as they come out and get field tested. Til then X38/X48 will last me a fair while.. well maybe the X48 will.

20-07-2008, 16:36:25

Bungral
Looks bloody horrible though ay!

20-07-2008, 19:10:36

PP Mguire
A buddy of mine who works at Foxconn said the boards he is dealing with has the n200 chip. He says he never knows if the boards he sees are final retail or not though.

21-07-2008, 06:21:44

Jim

Looks bloody horrible though ay!



Agreed. its worse than another manufacturer I know that used all the colours under the rainbow.

21-07-2008, 07:45:39

Bungral

Agreed. its worse than another manufacturer I know that used all the colours under the rainbow.



Gigabyte? Or MSI to an extent?

21-07-2008, 07:46:50

Rastalovich

Gigabyte? Or MSI to an extent?



U think the DFI is neutral colored ?

21-07-2008, 07:49:40

Bungral

U think the DFI is neutral colored ?



Depends which... I think some DFI's are alright. Even when bright can still be coordinated quite well.

That said some DFI's are pretty bad thinking about it.

21-07-2008, 10:15:38

PP Mguire
I think they should make a DFI with black pcb and hot pink slots. Just my opinion. I kinda fancy the yellow now though.

22-07-2008, 03:30:17

Jim

U think the DFI is neutral colored ?



Hehe maybe not. Tho the recent Black + Green theme works well for NV based rigs.

Orange was also pretty cool back in the day, when most people only had blue or green in their rigs.
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