Dell 2 put Ageia's PhysX processor into laptops

First off what are you thinking Dell? From all reports / reviews I’ve read about physics processors are they are made null and void by the latest CPU and...

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First off what are you thinking Dell? From all reports / reviews I’ve read about physics processors are they are made null and void by the latest CPU and GPU’s as they can perform more than enough calculations to handle physics without a dedicated card.

So those looking at getting a top-end XPS laptop can now spend even more money on getting a physics processor that’ll serve you well in bragging rights, that is of course unless the person listening to you actually knows anything about them.

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