NVIDIA Tegra 4 gets benchmarked, running inside a Project Shield console
1. hung2900 (Posts: 714; Member since: 02 Mar 2012)
Oh, another benchmark of the gs4 korean variant (1.8 GHz with full HD screen) also reach 32k5 in Antutu, so not surprise both are Cortex A15 and on par.
2. hung2900 (Posts: 714; Member since: 02 Mar 2012)
Image for the benchmark
3. _Bone_ (Posts: 2061; Member since: 29 Oct 2012)
Yup, plenty of performance in the Exynos 5.
9. darac (Posts: 2156; Member since: 17 Oct 2011)
Well, the Exynos seems to be superior if you count in the screen resolution
21. rd_nest (Posts: 606; Member since: 06 Jun 2010)
Note that the nVidia Shield runs a heat sink. So it has much more thermal tolerance, which can never be expected in a smartphone.
Any device with a heat sink will be able to generate better benchmark results.
Comparing against smartphone is apples-to-orange comparison.
If Exynos is actually similar in benchmark, I would think that nvidia should be able to get better result. The thermal limits are so much higher compared to a smartphone. I expect better numbers.
27. Reverence (Posts: 224; Member since: 16 Jul 2012)
No one cares about the benchmarks.....we only need no lag, and even when you try to run android on and x86 processor, it lags.....hardware can bring about some difference but significant difference in performance can only be brought by google themselves...just like they did with project butter!
4. TylerGrunter (Posts: 782; Member since: 16 Feb 2012)
NVDIA claims Tegra 4 can do 36000 on Antutu, so that result is line with what is expected (for tablets)
20. hung2900 (Posts: 714; Member since: 02 Mar 2012)
Inside this reference device is a NAND chip which is not expected to appear in a mobile handset in the near future. This one boost the benchmark significantly (like a high speed SSD in PC, even much more significantly coz the current NAND flash is miserably slow)
5. taikucing (unregistered)
1080p : 720p = 1 : 1.5
antutu score 25,000 : 32,000 = 1 : 1.28
well, nvidia tegra 4 should at least get 37,500 because its resolution is only 2/3 of SGS4. I wonder what will SGS4 get if it has 720p resolution and how much score the tegra 4 gets if it has 1080p resolution.
7. faisolbauuz (Posts: 121; Member since: 05 Jan 2013)
So the conclusion is tegra 4 is weaker than gs4 in benchmark and dont forget the snapdragon 800 is coming
23. taikucing (unregistered)
Perhaps you mean "tegra 4 is weaker than snapdragon", not weaker than SGS4.
12. taikucing (unregistered)
ooops, a typo here..
it should be:
720p : 1080 = 1 : 1.5
14. faisolbauuz (Posts: 121; Member since: 05 Jan 2013)
Haha ane baru nyadar
Btw i dont see any tegra4i version benchmark it should be slower cause of single channel memory and fewer gpu cores though
18. aditya.k (Posts: 410; Member since: 10 Mar 2013)
And Cortex A9 cores! People keep forgetting that! :/
6. shreehari (Posts: 45; Member since: 10 Mar 2013)
it not always display (although it matters) which matters there r other issues like reduging lag to max extent it brought a revolution in phones with quad core processors in htc one x now let it bring another one
8. yadu004 (Posts: 62; Member since: 26 Apr 2013)
not a fanboy here, but some exynos versions of galaxy s4 have scored above 29k and my gs4 (also exynos version)has scored 28k..my point being here is dat it is not the benchmark you should be concerned about, but the battery life. Which is average, which is sad as the so called "Big.little" architecture had the sole purpose of improving battery life along with performance (well that is what, the ARM guys bragged about in CES 2013) hasn't delivered. I think this will be the case with tegra 4 as well. Now,i just have to hope that there would be a software patch managing the CPUs efficiently and thus improving the battery life of the Exynos processor.
10. Berzerk000 (Posts: 3660; Member since: 26 Jun 2011)
Big.Little is working. If they hadn't have made big.Little, you wouldn't even have that Exynos chip in your GS4 because Samsung isn't stupid enough to put a lone quad A15 processor in a phone. Without those 4 battery saving cores, you're phone would only last a few hours on a charge, if that.
ARM advertised increased battery performance when compared to A15 processors without big.Little, not ARM based processors in general. The Exynos 5 Octa delivers 70% less battery consumption than the Exynos 5 Dual, which doesn't have big.Little. The entire point of big.Little was to make A15 usable for phones, which it has done; before, A15 could only be used in tablets because they needed the larger batteries to support them.
28. yadu004 (Posts: 62; Member since: 26 Apr 2013)
I Know the statistics as well, but that is just the theory. They have incorporated a good processor nonetheless but what i'm trying to say is that they need to manage it much more efficiently as i can't see any significant improvement in it compared to other high-end ones. Other day i was experiencing lags as well (opening gallery, camera etc..) but now they have rectified it with a software patch. Similarly they might do some improvements with the battery life down the road.
11. darac (Posts: 2156; Member since: 17 Oct 2011)
Have you turned off the sensors?
There's a pile of things working under the hood, that you can switch off.
The word is that Samsung's overdone and unoptimized software is the main cause of the battery drain
13. VJo003 (Posts: 316; Member since: 11 Mar 2012)
Agree with you
Lesser the gimmicky stuff better the performance
15. abate (Posts: 43; Member since: 19 Dec 2012)
Then why did they pile all those craps on S4? If you have to switch off all those stuffs, why can't you buy an alternate like HTC One or Xperia Z, and enjoy it?
I mean what's the advantage S4 has, if you have to switch off all those stuffs? Seriously...
No offence here though.. :D
17. Berzerk000 (Posts: 3660; Member since: 26 Jun 2011)
Because Samsung is all about marketing gimmicks rather than actual product quality.
We have all these cool features and gestures that will make your life easier!**
**These features must be turned off if you do not want to experience the following: lag, battery drain, and frustration of the features not working as well as we advertise them to.
24. Bluesky02 (Posts: 1439; Member since: 05 Dec 2011)
Interesting point of view from you. The Battery Life is something very important to consider. I guess Note 2 is still a good choice.
16. MC1123 (Posts: 1220; Member since: 12 Nov 2012)
pity, why there's no smartphone with nvidia chips yet... qualcomm enjoys monopoly!
broadcom and nvidia what are you doing?!
19. aditya.k (Posts: 410; Member since: 10 Mar 2013)
Cause they haven't even started production I guess? Not sure! So no one is going to use a Tegra 3. That's why people use S4 Pro or S600! :D
26. babyk (Posts: 198; Member since: 03 Nov 2011)
Keep in mind that benchmarks aren't always an accurate source of information as they can easily be faked. In other words, the device that has appeared on AnTuTu may not be a Shield console at all and its results may have been manipulated. STFU
AND STFU AGAIN ..we all have seen leaks the past months are very accurate with regards to benchmarks. Just trying to put Nvidia down. Nvidia will be king this year with that crap you heard from qualcomm
29. FlushGordon (unregistered)
Surprise surprise...Nvidia producing another INFERIOR chip yet again...Iol
I wonder how the Tegcrap4 will perform on a 1080p device
And the bronze goes to......hahaha