At E3, Ageia Technologies announced that its Ageia PhysX accelerator cards are now available worldwide. The company also gained support from several game developers for its Ageia PhysX processor. Ageia claims its technology will create more exciting explosions, more-lifelike character motion, and spectacular new weapons. The accelerator cards cost about $300.
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