When Mountain View California start-up Ageia announced a new co-processor architecture for Desktop 3D Graphics that off-loaded the heavy burden physics places on the CPU-GPU rendering pipeline, the industry applauded what looked like the enabling of a new era of PC Gaming realism. Of course, on paper and in PowerPoint, things always look impressive, so we waited with baited breath for hardware to ship. That day has come and we've fully tested a new card shipped to us from BFG Tech, built on Ageia's new PPU.
Is this technology evolutionary or revolutionary? You be the judge. We also invite you to "Digg" our story here, so you can share it with others that might not be regulars to the HH community.
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