Nvidia shows off Battlefield running on Tegra 5
| by Shunal Doke |
Nvidia is making a bigger push towards gaming with its next mobile processors. According to VentureBeat, the company compared the graphics of a game running on the latest iPad to that of Battlefield on a prototype device running on the Tegra 5 with the new Kepler architecture. While the graphics are very scaled down, it is still an impressive feat.
The main challenge for Nvidia in developing Tegra 5 came from adapting the desktop-based Kepler architecture and making it suitable to use in smartphones and tablets. The company had to shrink the chip's size and power consumption from dozens of watts to hundreds of milliwatts. The demonstration of Battlefield 3 running on the Tegra 5 means that the chip may be capable of running DirectX 11 games.
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