I've noticed on the ASUS site their is something called a Physx card, and was wondering if anyone has had any experience with them.
As others have said, for most games it's a waste of money. For games that support it... it's pretty cool. They're even starting to make UT3 maps that are designed around using the Physx card. I still wouldn't buy one though.
Its pretty limited for now(and also seems to include the games that use ageia's software physx)....but thats what happens when you try to make a product just to have ATI and Nvidia claim they have one on the way, then years later still nothing(i remember all the talk of using an old graphics card for a PPU)....
Waste of money. It won't be until DX11 (sometime in late 2009) that accerated physics becomes a "standard" . About that time I think there will be an Intel solution as well which should be fairly standard.
Even with accerated physics, basic physics has a LONG way to go.