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 Post subject: Re: NVIDIA's "Maxwell" GPUs
PostPosted: Wed Jan 15, 2014 4:00 am 
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laifuthegreat wrote:
They aren't extra SoC cores adding redundant additional processing power.


I'm not sure why you keep saying this, but I do understand it. I assume others do as well.


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 Post subject: Re: NVIDIA's "Maxwell" GPUs
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It's generally reported that the Moto X in general usage conditions offers more battery life than most smartphones, and is at least on par with the 5S in that respect.


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The LTE is particularly laugable given the enormous size of these things.


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 Post subject: Re: NVIDIA's "Maxwell" GPUs
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laifuthegreat wrote:
It's generally reported that the Moto X in general usage conditions offers more battery life than most smartphones, and is at least on par with the 5S in that respect.


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The LTE is particularly laugable given the enormous size of these things.

Those benchmarks are meaningless. I've seen many people critical of the Moto X, but the one point I've seen every press and user review agree on is that the battery life in practice is exceptional.


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 Post subject: Re: NVIDIA's "Maxwell" GPUs
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laifuthegreat wrote:
Those benchmarks are meaningless. I've seen many people critical of the Moto X, but the one point I've seen every press and user review agree on is that the battery life in practice is exceptional.


Anandtech is the only reputable website of that kind.


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 Post subject: Re: NVIDIA's "Maxwell" GPUs
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what kind of stupid name is maxwell anyway
anyone with that name is dumb and stupid and a complete loser.



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MysteriousPinkFluff wrote:
what kind of stupid name is maxwell anyway
anyone with that name is dumb and stupid and a complete loser.


The next cards will be called Volta.


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