AGEIA Joins FutureMark's Benchmark Development Program

"AGEIA Joins FutureMark's Benchmark Development Program"

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Benchmarking software company Futuremark today announced that PhysX accelerator creator AGEIA has joined the 3DMark Benchmark Development Program.

Oliver Baltuch - FutureMarks VP of Sales and Marketing has been quoted as saying "Futuremark is pleased to welcome AGEIA to the 3DMark BDP. AGEIA brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in hardware acceleration of real-time physics to the BDP, and their advances in the marketplace offer great promise to the PC gaming environment"

AGEIA has also spoken openly about the union stating that " AGEIA recognizes that our participation in the specification and development of Futuremark's 3DMark will help us deliver the best performing physics acceleration solutions in the PC industry."

If you would like to know more about AGEIA's PhysX hardware, head over to their website.

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27-09-2006, 20:42:22

I smell a contradiction......

If you do start a podcast i would help you with the information.

ANYWAYS... good idea!! lol im not really sure what i have to do to help out but im sure someone will show me lol.

27-09-2006, 20:44:43

What i mean is i dont think that it would be worth the effort but if it is made then i would be more then happy to help in any way.

27-09-2006, 21:01:51


What i mean is i dont think that it would be worth the effort but if it is made then i would be more then happy to help in any way.

i new what u ment i was just joshin mate lmfao

27-09-2006, 21:02:50

Aight whatever. Just out of curiosity how do you make a podcast and get iTunes to put it in the podcast directory?

27-09-2006, 21:49:26

I think that is an awesome idea.

27-09-2006, 21:50:28

I like the idea. Would be great, and I would definately be willing to contribute. @ Ty, a podcast is just a recorded audio file that people distrubute freely for others to listen to, a free radio station if you will. To get it on Itunes it has to be popular I think, and I think you must submit it, maybe just submit it. I can't say that I'm sure either way though.

27-09-2006, 22:02:10

Oo gotcha. Thanks for the explanation Mike.

27-09-2006, 22:19:11

I would definetly listen to it, sounds like it could be a good way to catchup on news quickly.

28-09-2006, 03:47:24

Good idea mate if you feel so inclined ;)

28-09-2006, 06:41:11

Indeedily I does.

Just thinking about it. Need some sort of backing noise or tunes. Suggestions welcomed esp from the DJs that are out there on here. Ill speak to the mods and come up with a trial.

I'd be looking for help on
Audio Editing
Tech knowledge
Tweaking and general advice

Anyone whos done one, got some advice on what to do then let me know. Its not definate yet but something that might be worth a go

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