New iPad’s A5X Performs Really Better than Nvidia’s Tegra 3!
New iPad has a faster A5X processor which is 4x better in graphics performance to Nvidia’s Tegra 3 as per claim made by Apple on the debut of its 3rd generation new iPad. To check their claim LaptopMag comes forward with their benchmarks for comparing the performances of new iPad’s A5X and Nvidia’s Tegra 3.
The site used GLBenchmark 2.1 for testing both chips and found that new iPad is really superior to its rival in performance.
They also put A5X & Nvidia’s Tegra 3 chips on the software’s Egypt Standard test, playing a3D animation of ancient Egypt, the new iPad and its A5X chip processed 6718 frames at a rate of 60 fps to the Transformer Prime with Nvidia’s Tegra 3 5,939 at 53 fps.
In Geometric test (vertex weighted), which probes low-level shader performance, new iPad again stood superior. It ran 7,530,524 frames at a rate of 57 fps to the Tegra 3-based Transformer Prime that ran only 3,523,926 at a rate of 27 fps.
The last test carried by the site on these chips was the Fill test, which determines texturing speed, the iPad ran at1.98 billion textels per second to the Prime’s 404.61 million only.
LaptopMag also carried out Geekbench, Peacekeeper, and Sunspider to evaluate the performance of the two tablets, new iPad with A5X and Transformer Prime with Nvidia’s Tegra 3.
For complete details and results you can head on to LaptopMag right now.
Via: The Verge