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Monday, 14 February 2011 12:11

Tegra 2 game looks better

Written by Fuad Abazovic



MWC 2011: See for yourself

The Galaxy on Fire 2 demo we saw at Nvidia's booth can show you the difference between Tegra 2 and some other graphics solutions on the same game.

Without further delays we can easily tell you that Tegra 2 game can enable some quite good looking shaders that simply looks better than the shaders on some other phones, eg Samsung Galaxy S that runs PowerVR graphics.

Nvidia wants to makes shaders matter and games looks better on Tegra 2. Here is the comparison first picture is with Tegra 2 optimisation on, and below is Tegra 2 shaders off.

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