“The biggest problem is of course the content. As we reported, Ageia had to wait for some games to become available before it could let its partners ship the cards.
Now, Asus will ship its PhysX cards with a few demos that can show what is the card made of and a copy of the first retail game that really uses the PhysX card, UbiSoft’s Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter, also known as GRAW. ”
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Source: The Inquirer
If you have seen the GRAW videos PC Perspective has posted, you know why you want this card, and this game. If not, take a break and watch them, then read the good news over at The Inquirer.