This seems like such a waste of money, and i reckon the shitty thing is, by the time it becomes bigger, it'll be just like a video card. You have to spend a shit load just to play games, it's gonna be out of control. Just like with vid cards, come on...$1800 is the top for playing games, with more expensive and higher end cards coming out quicker than anything. Doesn't anyone think this is ridiculous? I'd be really really pissed off when it gets to the point that the minimum system requirements are a physics card. So for any system to play a game decently, you'd need high end vid. card, (say single solution), $800, physx card, $500, quick cpu, $400, that's almost to grand to play a friggin game. I remember reading somewhere that nvidia and ati were trying to implement a physx card type thing in a 2nd video card if you have SLi or crossfire. So you ahve 2 video cards, one doing phyics and one doing video. This seems alright, but still, i think they're just leeching money off us. Then the less fortunate kids will look like a loser because they can't play unreal tournmanent 2032 at 16000x10000 reso with 40x AA and 50x AF at 100fps.