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    Default First Tegra 4 Benchmarks Appear!

    Wow wow wow! These benchmarks are absolutely ridiculously high!
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    I cannot believe how high these really are! I guess T4's 72gpu cores and a whopping 4 A15 cores @ 1.9ghz definitely show amazing performance.

    There however is something I must laugh at, the CEO of Qualcomm said that the S4 pro is similar to T4 and that the 600 and 800 will totally obliterate T4. Well I know benchmarks dont mean much but this totally proves how much better in terms of performance the T4 is better than crapdragon. Its a load of trashtalk if you ask me!

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    I was astounded on how high these benchmarks are. even if you factor in some fluctuation based on hardware and what not these benchmarks show a masssive improvement over the tegra 3 and beat the crap out of the snapdragon 600. I can't wait to get a tablet with this processor in it.
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    Let's wait and see what they're like in a real device constrained by power management software. They won't be nearly that high.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JHBThree View Post
    Let's wait and see what they're like in a real device constrained by power management software. They won't be nearly that high.

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    Except they had another one set up showing power draw while playing 1080p video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin O'Quinn View Post
    Except they had another one set up showing power draw while playing 1080p video.

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    Doesn't matter. OEMs will build in power management software that WILL affect benchmarks, not to mention skins and their associated services. Tegra 3 had similarly high benchmarks, and didn't quite live up to the hype once it made its way into the wild.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JHBThree View Post
    Doesn't matter. OEMs will build in power management software that WILL affect benchmarks, not to mention skins and their associated services. Tegra 3 had similarly high benchmarks, and didn't quite live up to the hype once it made its way into the wild.

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    Don't blame poor performance on nvidia then. They're showing it can perform just fine without extra power management thrown in. I'm with you in that I want to see it in a real device, though.

    How did T3 not live up to the hype? Do you have a T3 device? I have the TF Prime and Nexus 7. The only time either one is slow is when the NAND is being sequentially accessed. And that has nothing to do with the T3. It has everything to do with the slow NAND that was chosen by Asus/Google. The interface is plenty fast enough for better performing NAND.

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    I think JHBThree is right because Tegra3 was confined to tablets. Tegra4 will also have higher benchmarks than Snapdragon, but Snapdragon is used on both phones AND tablets.

    I think we have to wait for Tegra Grey to come out before we can get a truly even playing field

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    Quote Originally Posted by droidmyme View Post
    I think JHBThree is right because Tegra3 was confined to tablets. Tegra4 will also have higher benchmarks than Snapdragon, but Snapdragon is used on both phones AND tablets.

    I think we have to wait for Tegra Grey to come out before we can get a truly even playing field

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin O'Quinn View Post
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    Word? That's dope. I didn't know the HOX had Tegra.. :o

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