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April 28, 2010


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Great stuff once more!What is really amnziag here, is that Intel chose as their first AVX showcase, a physics demo. I wonder if they are planning to delve into Nvidia physics territory.I can only hope, Nvidia works with them, to support AVX in future PhysX SDKs. Dunno if that's possible programming wise, since I am not a programmer, but seems like it could be. This would really help PhysX take off, since both Intel and AMD will feature AVX.I wonder how well or not this demo will run on the Bulldozer. It came to my attention that 4 core Bulldozer, will provide half the 256 AVX throughput compared to an Intel quad core, which does not seem very flattering. Especially in the light of the 256-128bit framerate JegX illustrated here.Once more, great job JegX.

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