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Tuesday, October 10, 2006
ASUS PhysX P1 Card

2. ASUS PhysX P1

With the ASUS PhysX P1 Card powered by the AGEIA PhysX processor, things don't just look real, they act real and feel real. Prepare to be shocked by stunning, massively destructible buildings and landscapes, explosions that cause collateral damage, lifelike characters with spectacular new weapons, realistic smoke, fog and oozing fluids. All are now possible with the ASUS PhysX P1! Asus has a special site that demonstrates the PhysX major advantages.

- Features

  • The Hottest 3D Game: Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter bundled in Ghost Recon Edition
  • High 128M memory size
  • High Speed DDR3 memory interface: Support DDR3 memory delivers smoother game play via onboard acceleration of dynamic physics geometry and simulation objects.
  • Stylish and High performance heatsink to cool down the heat effectively
  • Powered by AGEIA PhysX Processor
  • Massively Parallel Physics Architecture: Highly tuned multi-core complex optimized for dynamic, large-scale physics processing. Accelerates real-time physical motion and interaction at a scale and quality far beyond what's possible with CPU or GPU
  • Universal Continuous Collision Detection: Enables entire environments to be interactive and destructible with massive scale of collisions and response between fast moving objects
  • Physical smart particle technology: Empowers tens of thousands of realistic smart particle calculations of volume, density and pressure for pervasive fluids, smoke rain and debris
  • Complex Object Physics System: Drives physics processing beyond a few primitive shapes and simple effects to more accurate and realistic representations of physical objects and interactions
  • Scalable Terrain Fidelity: Delivers physical landscape accuracy and genuine surface reactions for true environmental experiences
  • Dynamic Gaming Framework: Flexible Ageia PhysX hardware architecture provides an upgrade path to tomorrow's powerful feature and performance enhancement via software

Models Available

  • ASUS PhysX P1 Ghost Recon Edition: PCI Interface, PhysX, 128M DDR3, w/ Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter
  • ASUS PhysX P1: PCI Interface, PhysX, 128M DDR3

- Specification

Processor Type
Bus Technology
32-bit PCI 3.0
Memory Interface
128-bit GDDR3
Memory Capacity
Memory Bandwidth
Memory Clock
Peak Instruction Bandwidth
20 Billion Instructions/sec
Sphere-Sphere collision/sec
530 Million max
Convex-Convex (Complex) collisions/sec
533,000 max
Adaptor/Cable Bundled
Power Cable
Software Bundled
Asus PhysX P1 GRAW Edition:
Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter
Cell Factor
Demo Asus Driver

Asus PhysX P1:
SwitchBall demo
Asus Driver

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