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NVIDIA GeForce PhysX Performances Tests

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This is the continuation of the previous post on PhysX Performance with GeForce.

The PhysX Pack provided by NVIDIA contains a PhysX fluid demo:

The primary purpose of the NVIDIA PhysX Fluid Demo is to illustrate Smooth Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH)-based particle simulation technology accelerated by the NVIDIA GPU.

The pack also contains the Unreal Tournament III PhysX Mod:

The PhysX pack will be publicly available on August 12, 2008. The package consists of a new graphics driver that will enable PhysX on graphics cards equipped with GeForce 8, GeForce 9, and GeForce GTX GPUs, a downloadable PhysX software pack containing free Unreal Tournament 3 maps, the full version of NetDevil’s Warmonger, NVIDIA demos, and a first look at Object Software’s Metal Knight Zero and Nurien Software’s Nurien social-networking service.

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Update (2008-08-08)

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