Nvida Next Genration Of Processor: 12X the performance, Quad Core

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    Nvida Next Genration Of Processor: 5X the performance, Quad Core



    The power of 4 is much better than the power of 2, and Nvidia seems to have the right idea. The next generation of Nvidia processors will not be called Tegra anymore, but will each have their own names. The first quad core based processor will be released Kal-El, and will bring us 12X the performance of their current dual core Tegra 2 processor. The video above shows us really what kind of performance to expect.

    Amazingly, not only does this chipset include a quad-core central processor, but also includes a twelve core GPU as well! You read that correctly... 12 Cores for the GPU. To demonstrate this new tech, Nvidia streamed a 1440p video on a tablet PC, and simultaneously on a connected 30 inch LCD monitor at 2560 x 1600 resolution!

    Now this should be available for Tablets by August, and our mobile phones by Christmas. Anyone ready for the next generation of speed?



    Source: NVIDIA: Quad Core Tablets In August, Phones At Christmas | Android Phone Fans

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    Also, not pictured, but the battery is now actually stored in a pack worn on the users back and connected via cable to the phone. Seriously though, at what point is enough, enough for a phone? The tablets I can understand somewhat, but for a phone?
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    The quad-core is for tablets, while dual-core will remain for phones... until the cores are die-shrunk enough to have the same power consumption.

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