In case you missed this link in the 'bread, Nvidia's GeForce PhysX pack, which we previewed last week, is now available for download. The pack includes a PhysX driver for GeForce 8, 9, and GTX-series graphics cards, the "full game" Warmonger, a UT3 mod pack that infuses additional smithereens into several maps, and a handful of other demos. Some non-physics CUDA goodies make an appearance, too, including a beta copy of the BadaBoom GPU-accelerated video transcoder and the GPU client for Folding@home.
The whole enchilada is free to download, and I should probably guilt you into trying out the GPU Folding client. We could use the help, folks, and I happen to think that converting our existing members to the GPU client would be a huge boost for Team TR.
While GeForce owners happily download and try out the pack's various components, we suggest that Radeon owners spend that time feigning disinterest by posting faux-apathetic comments. Krogoth, your time is now.
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