NVIDIA Kepler technology coming mobile devices in early 2014

NVIDIA Kepler technology coming mobile devices in early 2014


NVIDIA announced on Wednesday that the Kepler technology found in desktops and supercomputers is now being integrated into mobile devices.

Some readers may be familiar with NVIDIA’s Project Logan, the next-generation of mobile processor. Indeed, the Kepler stuff found in those gaming-capable PC’s is making its way into the Project Logan devices.

It is expected that the first Tegra-powered devices to feature this Kepler GPU will arrive in the first half of 2014.

Key features include:

  • The most advanced mobile graphics, with full support of OpenGL 4.4, OpenGL ES 3.0, DX11
  • First modern GPGPU with true compute capabilities and support of both CUDA 5 and OpenCL
  • Amazing power efficiency, with performance per watt 3x better than that of an iPad 4

For a glimpse into what this actually looks like, check out the two videos below. And to think that this stuff is soon headed to a smartphone or tablet near you!


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  1. JayQ330
    August 03, 22:10 Reply

    So how does snapdragon 800 compare to this? & if not the SN800, what about a snapdragon released at the same time as Keller? Nvidia usually has the upper hand on graphics & 3 games a year dedicated to there chipset’s. but Qualcomm has been having enough power to run every game @ high frame rates with all the tech needed with great on chip lte modems & other important things. I would like to see what the outcome would be since I’ve become a snapdragon fan in thela’s last year, for good reasons.

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