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Asus 256MB GDDR3 Ageia PhysX Accelerator

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by macachia, 24 May 2006.

  1. macachia


    Joined: 27 Jun 2003

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    Can gibbo or anyone confirm that this is indeed the 256mb version?

  2. lay-z-boy


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  3. Zefan


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    they are listed as 256MB cards on OcUK.

    However for all the good they do they may as well have zero MB of ram, at least then the performance would be the same but the price would be cheaper :)
  5. PinkFloyd


    Joined: 21 Sep 2005

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    They do do something.

    They make you e-penis bigger :p
  6. sunlitsix


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    but slows overall performance down :D
  7. ichabod crane

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    taken from asus site...

    ASUS Features
    The Hottest 3D Game:
    Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter bundled in Ghost Recon Edition

    High 128M memory size

    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
  8. LoadsaMoney


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    If you want your frame-rates to drop by 50fps+ then get one. :D