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10th February 2013, 12:29 PM |#11  
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Irrelevant. Project Shield has a Tegra 4. If it were, say, Ouya to Transformer TF300 or another comparable Tegra 3 device, would be relevant.

Fully relevant with people talking about the Tegra 4 delivering 2.5 times the performance of Tegra 3. It won't.
 
 
10th February 2013, 12:42 PM |#12  
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New i think if i would have to decide nvidia project shield and Ouya i would take the project shield

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10th February 2013, 02:52 PM |#13  
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Fully relevant with people talking about the Tegra 4 delivering 2.5 times the performance of Tegra 3. It won't.

I geuss we'll have to wait for end-user benchmarks and test to see for sure :S

I got an Ouya because I'd rather drop $500 on a Nexus device and have a separate media/HD Game device for the TV than spend $500 on one that does both.
10th February 2013, 06:59 PM |#14  
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I geuss we'll have to wait for end-user benchmarks and test to see for sure :S

I got an Ouya because I'd rather drop $500 on a Nexus device and have a separate media/HD Game device for the TV than spend $500 on one that does both.

Just for reference, the Ouya uses the highest-end Tegra 3 (T33), which by comparison, is clocked significantly faster than the version inside the Nexus 7.

Ouya clock speed relative to Nexus 7 (Tegra 3):

CPU: +33%
GPU: +25%
RAM: +20%

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tegra

It's no where near a Tegra 4, but with XBMC it should handle virtually any 1080P 24fps video you throw at it, which is why I really want it. The games are a bonus.
10th February 2013, 11:59 PM |#15  
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Just for reference, the Ouya uses the highest-end Tegra 3 (T33), which by comparison, is clocked significantly faster than the version inside the Nexus 7.

Ouya clock speed relative to Nexus 7 (Tegra 3):

CPU: +33%
GPU: +25%
RAM: +20%

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tegra

It's no where near a Tegra 4, but with XBMC it should handle virtually any 1080P 24fps video you throw at it, which is why I really want it. The games are a bonus.

Yeah, I knew it was significantly faster than teh Tegra 3 tablets, but the claim was that it would be superior to the Tegra 4 speeds... I believe it'll be fantastic for Tegra 3.
11th February 2013, 04:39 PM |#16  
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11th February 2013, 05:46 PM |#17  
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youre trying to compair a 100$ tv connected box with a 500$ handheld system. Its like compairing the wii from yesteryear to the psvita. Two completely different things. The ouya will be powerfull enough to do basic things but supposedly there will be a better one next year with the new Tegra chipset.

Or SNES to GameBoy.

Still, though, I'd like to have both. Simply for the reason that one is on-the-go gaming, and one is console gaming.
12th February 2013, 07:56 AM |#18  
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Well, i agree with you. Remember that you' ll need an NVIDIA graphics card to do that "magic" trick

in some weeks there will be a streaming service available with which you don't need any nvidia graphics card in the pc...just a tegra 3/4 device and you can play pc games also on android devices
12th February 2013, 10:45 AM |#19  
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You can also stream games from your pc to ouya

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=15HZjm-KWCg
12th February 2013, 11:16 AM |#20  
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You can also stream games from your pc to ouya

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=15HZjm-KWCg

Yes because of splashtop or demo version of nvidias streaming service or so

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Right. I just posted it because of the first post.

So ouya (with the right software) can do stream games from the pc.
In other words. it will do the same linke the nvidia shield device.

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