We have heard that NVIDIA will also come out with their triple PCI Express GPU + Physics platform, similar to what ATi demoed in Computex. The platform will offer 2 x16 PCIE and 1 x8 PCIE capability, running off 2 NVIDIA MCPs. The x8 PCIE can be used to run an NVIDIA Graphics Card to process physics calculations. Will that start to make Aegia Physics PPU cards less attractive with both GPU Companies offering their alternatives further down the road?

We have heard that NVIDIA will also come out with their triple PCI Express GPU + Physics platform, similar to what ATi demoed in Computex. The platform will offer 2 x16 PCIE and 1 x8 PCIE capability, running off 2 NVIDIA MCPs. The x8 PCIE can be used to run an NVIDIA Graphics Card to process physics calculations. Will that start to make Aegia Physics PPU cards less attractive with both GPU Companies offering their alternatives further down the road?