Anonymous, 16 Oct 2014I was expecting this to get 2700 in single core. Maybe it will in 64 bit.its already at 64 bit
I was expecting this to get 2700 in single core. Maybe it will in 64 bit.
Tegra K1 shines in graphics, the fastest available also the most power hungry.
Anonymous, 16 Oct 2014No. They are based on the ARM instruction set.Yea, that's what I meant, thanks for the correction. The other person tried to imply that ARM was a SoC. Lol.
Anonymous, 16 Oct 2014Say what?!?! All of these chips are based on ARM architecture. Lol.No. They are based on the ARM instruction set.
AmateurHistorian, 16 Oct 2014Cannot wait to see A8X vs K1 Denver comparison. On the smartphone side, A8 won't have any chal... moreThe new exynos (galaxy alpha) is faster than either in multicore operations. Snapdragons are not exactly the pinnacle of performance (both Samsung and nvidia socs were historically faster)
AmateurHistorian, 16 Oct 2014Cannot wait to see A8X vs K1 Denver comparison. On the smartphone side, A8 won't have any chal... moreThen the A8 is already beaten by far, as K1 is also available for phones. Also not only 810 will be 64 bit, but the 615 too.
jai1997, 16 Oct 2014As nexus 9 tab is powered by nvidia tegra k1 dual core Denver cpu @ 2.5ghz 64-bit one then why... moreBecause there's 2 variants of the Tegra K1, one that's 32-bit, the other 64-bit. The one benchmarked here is the 64-bit one.
As nexus 9 tab is powered by nvidia tegra k1 dual core Denver cpu @ 2.5ghz 64-bit one then why on specification page it shows quad-core @ 2.3ghz 32-bit one
Cannot wait to see A8X vs K1 Denver comparison. On the smartphone side, A8 won't have any challenger until SD 810 come out otherwise is 64-bit vs. cripple-bit.
Athull, 16 Oct 2014That's the Nexus 9 ur talking abt, its one of the debut devices of Android Lollipop....Yea, I wanted to correct myself after posting but couldn't (No Edit). Nevertheless, Geekbench for Android isn't yet optimized for Android L, so the performance is hampered a bit.
Ala, 16 Oct 2014Haha.. The K1 does exactly what the A8 does. Utilizes fewer, but much more potent cores. Whe... moreActually, the S805 is more powerful than the A8. Have you seen the Note 4's benchmarks? As far as mobile SoC's go, it's scored like this (from most powerful to least): Tegra K1 (64-bit) > Exynos 7 > Snapdragon 805 > A8. We're talking about multi-threaded performance, of course. As far as single-threaded operations are concerned, then it's the way you have it.
Kuihome93, 16 Oct 2014Got 3075 on Geekench (multicore) One M8. Not too much difference Your M8 have a quad core at 2.3 GHz, this is just a dual core at the same speed. If it was a quad core like the one on the m8 it would complete obliterate your M8
Anonymous, 16 Oct 2014It's expected to get even faster once it gets updated to Android L and apps start being optimi... moreThat's the Nexus 9 ur talking abt, its one of the debut devices of Android Lollipop....
Well Arm just gives the design and the instruction set the manufacturers who want to modify those cores are welcome to do it. Arm is not as big company as Nvidia or the company Apple bought that made cores. I think Nvidias expertise in GPU design must have also helped.
Got 3075 on Geekench (multicore)
Not too much difference