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Nvidia Tegra 3 Kal-El Quad Core Chip To Be Delivered By 2011 End

Question asked by smriti in #Electronics on Sep 8, 2011
smriti · Sep 8, 2011
Rank C3 - EXPERT
Jen-Hsun Huang, NVIDIA CEO and president has confirmed that Android tablets with a quad-core NVIDIA processor would be released by Christmas.

[​IMG] NVIDIA Tegra 3 processors (codenamed as Kal-El after Superman) were put on show at E3 earlier this year demonstrating howquad-core processors would enhance gaming on portable devices and use less power. NVIDIA which is known for its impeccable work in manufacturing graphic cards seems to have taken a step ahead of its competitors, Qualcomm and Texas Instruments.

NVIDIA introduced its Tegra 2 dual-core processor for smartphones and tablets in the beginning of year. Now, it has made a stunning entry into the portable market again claiming the TEGRA 3 or Kal-El processor to be the the fastest processor till date.

The Tegra 3 processor is built on a 12-core GPU and a quad-core CPU. It supports 3D stereo. To understand what the Tegra 3 processor brings to the chipset market, watch the Glowball experiment which highlights the excellent dynamic lighting and pixel superiority the processor packs.

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The Kal-El processor is supposed to be the world’s first quad-core processor. Expectations are riding high and looking at NVIDIA’s performance till now, I don’t think it is going to disappoint. Posted in: #Electronics

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