johnnyboy700, with respect, you don't buy a dedicated ppu because you need it. you buy it because you _want_ it, and that fact alone makes that piece of hardware not pointless. on a side note, i would still want to see dedicated ppu's in future. people above are talking about getting a cheap graphics card just for physics. some even consider mixing ati and nvidia (doubt it's gonna work, but fingers crossed). ageia dedicated ppu's didn't have this issue. you get it and you get whatever graphics card you want, be it radeon or geforce. you don't even need to occupy/waste pci-e for it (they connect via pci, which is plenty on almost all motherboards). you could even run multiple gpu's in crossfire/sli and still have a dedicated physics processor. lack of titles? yep. that's a problem. and first reason that comes to mind for this is the requirement of specific hardware to run it (not any more). And i think that now, since a major graphics card manufacturer decided to support it, i would expect for the range of games to expand. if the new drivers are compatible with the old dedicaded hardware (i hope they are), owners of ageia ppu's will only benefit.