NVIDIA Tegra 4 will double the performance of Tegra 3
A few months ago a rumor suggesting that Nvidia Tegra chip would delay its 4 (known by its code name Wayne) for 2013 , being that the very Nvidia chip previously promised to release this year .
Nvidia is now itself which informs us that it will be worth waiting until next year (2013) for its new soc Wayne, as these will have an improved performance per cycle, thanks to which offer twice the performance of your current SoC Tegra 3 “Kal-El” . A few months after the release of wayne will make his appearance on Grey SoC, which will be based on the same architecture as Wayne (ARM Cortex-A15) and it should incorporate an lte modem technology based on Icera.
By now not at all surprised that Nvidia claims that Wayne will double the performance of Tegra 3, we know that the core arm Cortex-A15 (which will be based Wayne) has a yield of close to double the cycle provided by Cortex-A9 (which is based Tegra 3), so it is quite likely that Wayne is performing quite similar to the S4 Pro Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC, which first showed how impressive benchmarks can become four cores Krait (based on Cortex- A15) working together.
If you rang a little Wayne, Nvidia promises in the coming years a new SoC codenamed still no been revealed, but promises a return 25 times the Tegra 3.
Link: NVIDIA：敬请期待25倍于Tegra 3的性能 (mydrivers)Tags: 2013, 25X, 28nm, 2x, arm, Cortex A15, flock, geforce, integrates, ipc, lte, Nvidia, performance, soc, Tegra 4, ULP, wayne