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    Gameloft shows the benefit of MediaTek’s octa-core CPU




    MediaTek announced its latest true octa-core MT6592 chip last week and now the company has teamed up with Gameloft to showcase what the hardware is capable of.


    More specifically, Gameloft has enhanced its Modern Combat 5 shooting game to take advantage of MediaTek’s latest octa-core CPU. Because of the additional oomph, the game maker is capable of adding a lot more textures, visual candy and effects to the gaming engine.


    In the video, which you can watch below, there’s a clear comparison how an unnamed quad-core system handles the game compared to MediaTek’s octa-core. Gameloft shows the enhanced soft particles rendition and greater depth of field as well as the “real God rays” and a dirt lens effect.





    There are also other areas where Gameloft has put an extra effort to make the MediaTek octa-core shine. We advise you to check out the full video below to see it for yourself. We’re quite impressed by the advanced decals system and the cool water effects.


    Gameloft Modern Combat 5 : True Octa-Core vs. Quad-Core Comparison




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    Yay! More battery drain on devices which cant even last a full working day...
    The abuse of greatness is when it disjoins remorse from power.
    Please do not PM me for support. You will NOT get a reply. Post in the relevant forum section.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CvP View Post
    Yay! More battery drain on devices which cant even last a full working day...
    They are saying, we now oughtta plug-n-play. Get it?
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