Originally Posted by agentkay
Better than the vaporware that Havok/ATI promised all the years. Using PhysX and CUDA to close the gap until proper DX11/Compute Shader hardware by Nvidia is released, is a solid strategy. This approach beats the useless DX10.1 gimmick anytime.
I think nvidia should release physics only cards for the atis side as this physics pc market divide would decimate pc gaming. Also dx10.1 is far from useless: every single game that uses dx10.1 has a huge performance jump vs dx10. DX11 has a lot of dx10.1 with the addition of tessellation and a few other things. And this has nothing to do with nvidia or ati as nvidia can gain the performance boost of dx10.1 when their dx11 cards will come out.