Source No, it is not a port or a mod…Radeon cards CAN support CUDA, officially So AMD / ATI seems to be getting BOTH PhysX and CUDA support? Why on earth would anyone buy a nVIDIA graphic card now? Why to pick HD48xx: - Smaller in size (physically) - Create less noise and heat (at least if you fix the HD4850 fan bug) - No stressing the CPU as much as GeForce cards while doing other things than gaming like video and things like that.. - You get hell a lot of performance for your money - AMD / ATI Catalyst drivers seems to become more stable than the GeForce drivers? - Consuming less power on heavy load? - Better anti-aliasing visuals - Able to run multiply cards (Crossfire) on decent motherboards (Intel P35/P45/X38/X48 and on upcoming Intel Nehalem X58) Why to pick the GTX2xx: - PhysX support - CUDA support Hmm, are there any other advantages with the GTX2xx series? Ah, I forgot.. AMD / ATI are getting both PhysX and CUDA support, along with Havoc so you can simply scratch that entire GTX2xx list, because as I currently look at it, there are simply no advantages for the GTX2xx cards, and they even cost a hell lot more than the Radeon HD48xx cards? The HD48xx are even better suited for overclocking with their 55nm core? Bottom line is, nVIDIA really got themselves screwed this time. And the HD4870X2 (and HD4850X2?) are coming already in August, and are going to be cheaper than 1x GTX280?? nVIDIA really needs to put themselves together here, or they will fall behind. I can't really see any reason / advantages by getting a more expensive GTX2xx card instead of a HD48xx card? Can you?