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Jul 24 2013   1:39PM GMT

Nvidia, Kepler, and Project Logan : Mobile Processors on the Rise

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Now I am not a huge mobile gamer, I rarely play games that require any horsepower at all, but there are many people that do, and those people want better graphics. Well NVidia took a step in the right direction and have produced this. Check out the video below.

The Kepler GPU will bring PC class performance and power to mobile, including full support of traditional desktop-only features like OpenGL 4.4, Tessellation, and DirectX11. The addition of full CUDA 5.0 support for raw computational power makes the Kepler a real piece of future tech, and the first of the next generation’s mobile hardware. And it does it all using just two watts of power. Compare this to the current NVIDIA GeForce Titan desktop graphics card — which supports the same feature-set and needs 450 watts of power to do it. source

So what do you think? All those features packed into a tiny processor, this could make for great gaming consoles, phones, and tablets. I could even see them using these in ultrabooks in the near future. No word on when we will see these in production, I will follow up when more information becomes available.

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