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ATI GPU-based Physics Acceleration Movies
On this page you can download ATI GPU-based Physics Acceleration Movies.

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Publisher: ATI
Date added: 2006-06-07 04:43:16
File Size: Diverse MB
OS Support: -
License: FreeWare
Downloads: 49795 downloads
Software type: Benchmarks & Demo's

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ATI used the first day of Computex to announce its strategy for GPU-based physics processing. Radeon X1000 series graphics processors will be capable of accelerating the Havok FX physics API as a part of what ATI is calling a "boundless gaming" experience.

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ATI had a demo system running a pair of Radeon X1900s in CrossFire with a third X1900 card dedicated solely to physics processing. This configuration was appropriately referred to as the "meat stack," and while it produced silky frame rates in a number of demos, it's not the only Radeon configuration that will support GPU physics. In addition to supporting three-card configs, ATI will also allow a pair of its graphics cards to split rendering and physics between them. The graphics card dedicated to physics doesn't even need to match the other graphics card(s) in the system; for example, it's possible to run a high-end Radeon X1900 XTX crunching graphics alongside a more affordable Radeon X1600 series card for physics. In fact, ATI had a demo system set up with a pair of Radeon X1900s in CrossFire and a Radeon X1600 XT accelerating the Havok FX physics API.

We have several movies available of this Physics PC accelerated lovelyness.

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#1 ATIPhysicsDemo_Docklands1.mpg (19 MB)
#2 ATIPhysicsDemo_Docklands2.mpg (10 MB)
#3 ATIPhysicsDemo_Docklands3.mpg (9 MB)
#4 ATIPhysicsDemo_Vortex.mpg (29 MB)
#5 ATIPhysicsDemo_Wall1.mpg (16 MB)
#6 ATIPhysicsDemo_Wall2.mpg (16 MB)
#7 ATIPhysicsDemo_ChessVideo.mpg (16 MB)

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