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Friday, 02 December 2011 13:10

Nvidia to ship 25 million Tegra 3 chips in 2012

Written by Fudzilla staff



Tegra 2 won’t come close


Nvidia believes it can ship up to 25 million Tegra 3 processors next year. The new chips should find their way into smartphones, tablets and even cars.

Several design wins have already been announced, or leaked, and Nvidia will be the only ARM player to offer a quad-core chip for much of 2012. However, Tegra 2 shipments won’t be as high. Although Nvidia won a bunch of Tegra 2 design wins earlier this year, progress has been slow.

Most of the design wins were Android tablets, which saw relatively little success in 2011. Apart from LG’s Optimus X2, Motorola’s first generation Atrix and Samsung’s Galaxy R, the Tegra 2 failed to gain much of a foothold in the much larger and lucrative smartphone market.

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-2 #1 STRESS 2011-12-02 13:23
Only in Fuad's and JJH's dreams
 
 
-1 #2 pogsnet 2011-12-02 14:23
This is yet to happen, keep on dreaming anyway its free.
 
 
-6 #3 faildozzer 2011-12-02 14:51
Quoting STRESS:
Only in Fuad's and JJH's dreams


Isnt you amd fagboys dreamed rhat 6970 will beat Nv GTX580? :D It doesnt even close
And why cant T3 be shipped in 25mln? You clearly have no clue what mobile business is and how large it is.And you have no clue what Nv partners is with T3 ;)
Ooooops,i forgot - amd doesnt have one,how can amd fagboys have any clue about it..sorry for that amd fags-wont happen again :D
But you can keep believing that 8core $hitdozzer beating 4 core 2500K AHAHAHAHA
 
 
+4 #4 majorpayne 2011-12-02 14:59
Trash Alert! Need a garbage collector to send it straight to incinerator.
 
 
+4 #5 Fidovoff 2011-12-02 15:30
Quoting faildozzer :
..random stupidity...


Tegra 3 is only a bit better than the one Apple uses, didnt wtf pwn it :( and they still uses 40nm.

And remember, there is AMD graphics in Wii and Xbox 360
Also, upcoming WiiU and Xbox 720 will have AMD graphics, and maybe even PS4.
Next year we might see AMD fusion for tablets.
 
 
+2 #6 Haberlandt 2011-12-02 17:25
Quoting Fidovoff:
Quoting faildozzer :
..random stupidity...


Tegra 3 is only a bit better than the one Apple uses, didnt wtf pwn it :( and they still uses 40nm.

And remember, there is AMD graphics in Wii and Xbox 360
Also, upcoming WiiU and Xbox 720 will have AMD graphics, and maybe even PS4.
Next year we might see AMD fusion for tablets.
You just got owned, Warrior!
 
 
+3 #7 24_7Warrior_killer 2011-12-02 18:48
hahaha failwarrior!
sniped with a.338 Lapua from three miles away from a Canadian gun hahahahaha!!!
 
 
+4 #8 dew111 2011-12-02 20:08
A quad-core Cortex A9 on 40nm is FAR inferior to a dual-core Cortex A15 on 28nm. The total throughput should be roughly equivalent, but per-thread performance will suck. At AMD's FX launch this site posted the following: "The main concern regarding the FX Series is its lackluster performance in lightly threaded applications." Mobile devices sure have an awful lot of lightly threaded applications, but this site drinks the Nvidia koolaid and touts how good four (+1) cores will be in a tablet or smartphone. Personally I would rather have even a single 28nm A15 core in a phone as it will be more than enough to run WP7.5.
 
 
0 #9 Fidovoff 2011-12-02 23:15
Quoting dew111:
Personally I would rather have even a single 28nm A15 core in a phone as it will be more than enough to run WP7.5.

Well, another core would help multitasking tho.
But should come other products with A15 28nm dualcores next year, as well I think Tegra 4 might use A15
 

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