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| After viewing the first preliminary effects from the iPad Air 2 testing revealing that the Apple A8X runs
on the peculiar, tri-core CPU, today the company_s new tablet appeared on GFX Bench, showing off its features as a gaming device.
Silicon battles have definitely heated up this fall seeing that Apple_s A8X arrives
with a whopping 3 billion transistors, and it_s likely that that it is also among the first
to include Imagination Technologies_ new PowerVR GX6650 GPU with 6 clusters (up from
the four-cluster GX6450 on the A7), bao da
ipad air 2.
The biggest rival on the GPU and gaming front on the Android
side of the fence may be the Tegra K1 chip with Kepler graphics, a chip found in the upcoming Google Nexus 9.
Nvidia runs on the different method of graphics
with Kepler therefore there is absolutely no use comparing the tiny,
192 shader cores straight with the large, hexa-cluster setup on the Img
Tec_s GPU, but benchmarks do testify that performance-wise, the two are neck to neck.
Take a look below:
Let_s also not forget that real-life performance is
also determined by software and right here come APIs
want Apple_s new Steel for graphics that promises to depend
on 10x faster, and Nvidia_s CUDA. For
all it_s worth, these two new chips are placing a new standard for mobile graphics certainly.
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