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TI OMAP 5 kicks iPad 3 GPU butt

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sdedalus83
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sdedalus83   7/12/2012 7:38:32 AM
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Everyone seems to be ignoring the fact that this was a comparison between a dual core SGX544 and a quad core SGX543. The point is that TI's next generation cell phone/tablet SoC will kill current top of the line tablet SoC's in CPU capabilities, while surpassing them in GPU capabilities. A 4 core cortex a15/4 core SGX544 SoC would be one hell of a low power htpc chip.

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Aries1470   10/7/2012 4:09:15 PM
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Why is it, that this chip has been delayed for so long, after originally being annonced in July 2011, twenty-eleven.... and the shiping date keeps on getting pushed back. Now estimated that devices using it, will hopefully come out by Q1/2013... some 18+months after being announced! Shees... maybe T.I. should announce important chips about 3 months to 6 months MAX before availability. This was just oh sooo wrong! Oh well, I hope Omap 6 will be way quicker to market!

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