NVIDIA Releases Quad-Core Tegra 3 Processor


NVIDIA have introduced it's long-awaited Tegra 3 processor (Formerly Known As Kal-El), which is the first quad-core mobile processor ever released.

Mainly designed for the pc tablet , latest cell phones and smart phones , the Tegra 3 will purportedly best the processing performance of the older Tegra 2 chip by a factor of five (and graphics by a factor of three, thanks to it's 12-core NVIDIA GeForce GPU with stereo 3D support), all while reducing power consumption by 61%.

Although Tegra 3 is a quad-core chip, there is also a fifth "companion core", which is designed to take over for less-intensive computing tasks, such as listening to audio or web browsing. The technology behind the fifth core is NVIDIA’s Variable Symmetric Multiprocessing (vSMP).

With the new Tegra 3, users can expect everything on their mobile devices to perform faster and better, including web browsing experience, gaming, streaming video, video edditing and running apps.


Give Everything said...

god this is making my gaming epic!

minecraft129 said...

Awesome! I can't wait to see the speeds on this thing when it comes out!

ShapeShiftNAND said...

Mobile platforms are getting ahead of my desktop PC... :(

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