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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22 Comments

1. UglyFrank

Posts: 2192; Member since: Jan 23, 2014

If this is priced as well as the previous one, it should fly off the shelves

11. vincelongman

Posts: 5677; Member since: Feb 10, 2013

This GPU is very very impressive, its supposedly faster than the Intel HD 4400/5000, which are used most ultrabooks. Its about as fast as the Nvidia GT 620M/710M. Here are some benchmarks from Lenovo’s ThinkVision 28 (at CES) GFXBench 2.7 - 1080p T-Rex HD Offscreen 60 fps - Tegra K1 57 fps - Acer Ultrabook (i5-4200U (active cooling); HD 4400) 47 fps - HP Spectre 13 x2 (5-4202Y (passive cooling); HD 4200) 27 fps - iPad Air 24 fps - Note 3http://www.notebookcheck.net/NVIDIA-Tegra-K1-SoC.108310.0.html

19. hung2900

Posts: 966; Member since: Mar 02, 2012

Gfx benchmark is not Intel GPU favourable.

22. vincelongman

Posts: 5677; Member since: Feb 10, 2013

It's still really impressive from Nvidia since the TDP of the K1 will be ~2-5W (Intel's U CPUs are ~15W) and the K1 won't be fan cooled (Intel's U CPUs are fan cooled)

15. MySchizoBuddy

Posts: 159; Member since: Aug 23, 2011

wait so the previous one flew off the shelves. when did that happen?

20. Finalflash

Posts: 4063; Member since: Jul 23, 2013

This one won't either, it is all marketing and hype with a lot of lies in between as well. Those interested should read the article posted by Charlie Demerjian (or whatever) on semi-accurate.com about the K1 and how Nvidia is only showing the demo without power numbers because it is clocked out of its league on these prototypes and demos just to fake a good score. It is the same thing that happened with the Tegra 4 which was supposed to over power the other competitors but only if it was powered by a nuclear power plant.

21. renz4

Posts: 319; Member since: Aug 10, 2013

oh come on that is charlie. we know sometimes he right and sometimes he wrong but that guy is internationally known to have passion hatred towards nvidia.

17. Edmund

Posts: 656; Member since: Jul 13, 2012

it runs android so it'll still be a pile sh!t.

2. darkskoliro

Posts: 1092; Member since: May 07, 2012

Waiting for Dual Core version (Y)

7. afegit

Posts: 45; Member since: Feb 12, 2014

Lol, dual core? its 2014 mate, anything less than A57 octacore exynos is not suitable for flagship phone. How are you going to multiwindow multitask with the puny 2 core like the iFone

12. darkskoliro

Posts: 1092; Member since: May 07, 2012

Because I would rather have a 64 bit armv8 dual core than an almost 2 year old quad core A-15

13. afegit

Posts: 45; Member since: Feb 12, 2014

brah i said A57. not A15 #rekt

14. iphoneplz

Posts: 10; Member since: Feb 12, 2014

i do agree and dual is not the future anymore for smartphone and so i hope apple changes from dual to quad core

16. MySchizoBuddy

Posts: 159; Member since: Aug 23, 2011

I bet you were the person behind the Megahertz Myth and then megapixel myth. All the benchmarks show the iphone A7 to be better than anything currently on the market. Go to anandtech for the full review.

18. UglyFrank

Posts: 2192; Member since: Jan 23, 2014

Apple is only the king of performance because it is using an armv8 while everyone else is using armv7

3. X.E.R.O. unregistered

Mind blown! Can't wait to have these monsters in our smartphones.

8. Droid_X_Doug

Posts: 5993; Member since: Dec 22, 2010

I think you will see them in tablets before smartphones.

4. jael206

Posts: 147; Member since: Jul 18, 2012

Hey PA, how come you don't have any reviews on any of Tegra Note models (EVGA, Advent Vega, HP)?

5. iluvsonynokia

Posts: 161; Member since: Aug 27, 2013

Score will decrease after antutu's next update

6. jove39

Posts: 2145; Member since: Oct 18, 2011

put tegra k1 in next Nexus7 or should I say Nexus8 :)

9. mas39

Posts: 80; Member since: Jan 17, 2013

The K1 is a complete fail, none of the manufacturers are going to be using this useless chip inside their devices, qualcomm already have a clean sweep with their s800 chip with the s805 waiting in the wings. Qualcomm have an excellent all round feature set while nvidia can only show raw power which is useless for a mobile device. Nvidia should leave the mobile market before they fail even more.

10. Insignificant

Posts: 192; Member since: Sep 22, 2012

Qualcomm have been caught sleeping big time by Apple. And if the a15 k1 has decent power usage, it should best the s805. Problem is, it probably won't have decent power usage, and doesn't have integrated LTE. Also, companies like Sony release all the devices of the high end (tablets and phones) of the same period with the same chip. That way, that can update them together. It's unlikely for Nvidia to get many design wins, until denver arrives at least. And even then, depends on the power, though I wouldn't be surprised with RT tablets with it, not that anyone makes or buys those... But we do need the competition. And Tegra on a smaller die should be good, and what they're doing with the GPU is truly revolutionary, and could have big implications in the future.

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