Tegra Note tablet runs up the score on the AnTuTu site

Tegra Note tablet runs up the score on the AnTuTu site
Nvidia's K1 mobile processor has 192 cores, and while it might be some time before the processor becomes available for devices sold to consumers, the chip ran through the AnTuTu benchmark test. The processor was included on a Tegra Note Tablet prototype, model P1761. This slate runs Android 4.4.2 with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of native storage. The screen size is unknown, but the resolution is 1900 x 1200. While the K1 will run at speeds of 2.3GHz, for the test it was set to run at 2.1GHz.

The P1761 tallied a score of 38,323 which beat out the 35,912 scored by a previous P1640 reference tablet that ran on AnTuTu. However, it failed to reach the 43,851 scored by the K1 Tablet prototype in a previous test that took place about a month ago. But that demo unit had been produced specifically to showcase the K1 chip on demo tests and will not be made available to consumers.

Regardless with how its been tweaked, a 38,323 score on the benchmark site is nothing to sneeze at, even if it failed to set a new record.

source: GSMArena


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