clearspeed physics acceleration in games? Tags: Graphics Cards Games Graphics Last response: June 27, 2006 7:47 PM in Graphics & Displays Share amd64freak June 27, 2006 7:09:34 PM Some of you may have heard of clearspeed which makes floating point acceleraters. I was just wandering that since they already make the types of things needed for physics acceleration in games they havent hinted at creating a ppu for games. More about : clearspeed physics acceleration games cleeve June 27, 2006 7:18:59 PM [EDIT] misunderstood the question [/edit] jjw June 27, 2006 7:47:11 PM I think clearspeed is more interested in scientific computing than gaming. I think the cards are kinda expensive too ($7000) and require a PCI-X slot. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources 8800gt for physics acceleration Forum AMD to Demonstrate GPU Havok Physics Acceleration at GDC Forum pci-e x1 for sound cards or physics acceleration cards? Forum Solvedhave hardware acceleration enabled but games still dont work Forum Buying new gpu for medium res gaming and application acceleration (UK) Forum Suggest a graphics card. pentium 4 and 1 gb ram. Not for games but for 3d Acceleration. Budget 2-3k rupees. Forum PhysX Physics Accelerator Forum physics explained in gaming? Forum no 3D acceleration to play games Forum Physics effects slowing down my games. Forum AGEI Physics Accelerator Forum Nvidia Physics Accelerator Card Forum AGEIA® PhysX® physics accelerator Forum GPUs versus RPUs and Physics Accelerators Forum ATI - getting into the Physics Accelerators Forum SLI-accelerated physics and Ageia PhysX Forum physics accelerator card sounds good, but... Forum No sound on certain games unless acceleration switched off?? Forum Mouse acceleration in-game since i bought a new GIGABYTE mobo and cpu . Forum Does mouse acceleration on windows carry over into your game settings? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Graphics & Displays categories Ati GPUs Graphics Cards Gtx HD Monitors SLI Crossfire Tuner Cards Radeon Video Diamond Multimedia Matrox Nvidia Palit PowerColor Asus Games !