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Early benchmarks suggest NVIDIA’s new Tegra chip outperforms Apple and Qualcomm

13
Jan
2014

The graph above comes courtesy of Toms Hardware and, whichever way you look it, it suggests NVIDIA is onto a good thing. The companys recently announced Tegra K1 processor combines a handful of ARM Cortex-A15 CPUs with a GPU based on the same successful Kepler graphics architecture found in desktops and laptops. The result seems to be a minimum 25 percent lead over the current generation of flagship chips, including Qualcomms Snapdragon 800 and Apples 64-bit A7, as measured with 3DMark.

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