“Digital Ira” is the face behind Nvidia’s push to have mobile SoC graphics compete with desktop graphics. The video above features the ARM-based Tegra 5 chip—codenamed Logan— powered by a Kepler-based GPU “similar to the cores in desktop GTX 600 and 700 cards,” according to ExtremeTech.
In a tablet, Nvidia believes the beefier 2W version of Logan will be more powerful than the PS3 or the GeForce 8800 GTX — in the neighborhood of 400 GFLOPS. Granted, these are both a few years out of date, but we’re clearly into the realm of desktop-level graphics.
Another interesting note from the article is that this will be Nvidia’s last 32-bit ARM SoC before the next generation Parker chips, featuring the ARMv8 Maxwell GPUs, arrive with 64-bit capabilities.