> Well go buy an Ati card and find a second hand aegia physx card... only costs three times the amount and runs slower, but if you really don't like nvidia that much, it's an option?
I don't think they make 'em anymore, support is probably non-existent.
I have an ATI
And I'd rather have OpenCL physics
if Physx does an OpenCL implementation and goes head-to-head against Havok, all will be good. No monopolies, consumers win.
Monopolies can be good as long as the product is superior... unlike Microsoft. PhysX is extermely good, very scalable, high powered, and easy to implement... In fact, PhysX is probably easier than OpenCL for physics motion anyway. :/