Epic Games gave a tech demo at SIGGRAPH today that showed what it called “desktop PC game content” running on Nvidia's “Logan” mobile processor.
The Unreal Engine 4 powered demonstration took advantage of Nvidia's new support for OpenGL 4.3, which allows developers access to high-end graphics on mobile devices.
The Logan processor is important because it brings the Kepler architecture of Nvidia's newest line of PC GPUs to mobile devices.
“And this isn’t your father’s GPU: Nvidia’s mobile graphics technology is built on the same Kepler graphics architecture found in its latest generation of PC GPUs,” writes Epic President Tim Sweeney in an Nvidia blog post.
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