The new Tegra 4 System on a Chip was just unveiled in Las Vegas, and we have the full rundown here. Along with the new SoC, Nvidia’s boss Jen-Hsun Huang also touted the Icera i500 baseband chip, a reprogrammable LTE chip that will run Tegra 4 devices run on a multitude of LTE networks, and the Shield, Nvidia’s first gaming handheld.
The biggest news of the night is, however, Tegra 4, a name that we are likely to hear a lot in the next year or so. Although Nvidia didn’t supply the full spec sheet for the new Tegra 4, we compiled enough information to make a rather complete picture of the powerful new SoC.
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Stock android browser on second benchmark test. Haha.
Yes, one hellova fail !
And why is there no comparison with the iPad 4′s results (even in Chrome) ?
I’m pretty sure Direct3D 11 and OpenGL 4.0 won’t be supported. The non-unified shaders and 20-bit precision (according to Anandtech) conflict with this.
I want to see a benchmark between this and Exynos 5!
nVidia’s demo definitely suggests they got the Samsung Exynos handily beat. It’ll be interesting to see how Wayne does against Qualcomm’s upcoming chip(s).
Yea but I really don’t think that it’s so, typical marketing, I want to see real results :)
Wondering how the memory bandwith will be. This was always the biggest bottleneck on Tegra devices.
I know this was something they “planned on”/”had to” fix, but yeah, I’d like to know too! It is dual channel.
I know it is not a fair comparison, but how close are these chips to mobile i7 processors… The companion core is not visible to the OS? that can’t be good news for maximum performance junkies.
What the hell kind of a name is that!?