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Apple claims that the iPad 3 is "four times faster than Tegra 3"... does that claim hold up?

Sources: Tinhte [Vietnamese], AnandTech, AP





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RE: Maybe I'm wrong but...
By messele on 3/13/2012 4:55:04 PM , Rating: 3
Don't forget that many graphics functions in 3D graphics at the vector calculation stage require the same compute time regardless of the screen size, it's only later in the frame build that calculations are directly affected by the number of pixels present. It may be that this stage has been redesigned to give the extra power needed.

The topic is way too complicated to assume that one aspect of the processors design tells the story of another aspect. I think it's way too early to draw any conclusions at all.


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