Originally Posted by Kand
I guess that retina display damaged steelbom's eyes.
Are you serious? Did you even bother to read what I wrote?
How hard is it to understand... N.O.V.A 3 graphics > Crysis: Warhead graphics on lowest settings
(which you obviously haven't used in that Crysis screenshot) (which is all HD 4000 graphics can muster at 1080p, if that). It's basic grammar. Stop trolling me.
Originally Posted by Mad Pistol
No. Actually, the drama started with a post you made.
Uh no it didn't. My post was simple and straight forward. And then a few members took what I said out of context and started arguing with me about something I didn't say. So yeah, it's their fault not mine. And Kand is downright trolling.
Deeldo's humor was quite tongue-in-cheek. We all know that HD 4000 is not 50 times faster than the 554MP4. 10 times, maybe, but certainly not 50.
The point is that HD 4000 is MUCH faster, no matter how you spin it. Saying that HD 4000 is "low-end" while 554MP4 is the "highest spectrum of graphics performance for iOS devices" is sort of like saying that a large, but somewhat older house is worse than a thoroughly modern apartment; the fact of the matter is, you're still comparing a small apartment to a large house, and I think everyone here will agree that you can do a lot more with a house than you can an apartment.
In the case of these graphics chipsets, one is far faster than the other. Even with major optimization on the 554MP4's part, it still will not be able to compete with the HD 4000 in terms of pure graphics performance. It does not matter how you spin it. That is simply a fact.
I saw no humour in that post, and I wasn't "spinning" anything. I never claimed that the SGX554MP4 is more powerful than the Intel HD 4000 graphics, only that because the HD 4000 graphics are on the lowest spectrum for graphics in the PC world, games aren't optimised for it so quality is often poor on the lowest settings. Whereas the SGX554MP4/SGX543MP3 are at that higher spectrum for iDevices, which means games are optimised for them.
Now, lets put this mess behind us and get back on topic please. The Nexus 10 is shaping up to be a great tablet, and I'd rather discuss that than talk about how much optimization you can throw at a competing platform
I'm not the one trolling. My statement was simple, and accurate. There was no need for it to go off topic this much.
Anyway yes it looks pretty good so far.