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What do you think of the new Battlefield 2142 beta? Do you know when those nForce 590 SLI Intel boards will be available? ;-) First there was T&L, then the physics processor, do you think an AI processor will help games much?

Also comes the issue of how many expansion cards do we need in a system? Now we've got a pair of videocards, the PPU, a sound card, and the AI card thrown in there. What I think I would really like to see is the ideas of a PPU and AI processor implemented in core specialization. Think of a nice fat chip with a pair of x86 general use cores with both a physics and AI specialized core rolled in there... would be pretty cool methinks.

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