With only one week since MediaTek launched it’s octa-core MT6592 processor, Gameloft teamed up with MediaTek and tested this octa-core CPU.
To take advantage of MediaTek’s latest octa-core CPU, Gameloft chosed its Modern Combat 5 shooting game to be the first game played on this octa-core processor. With all the new stuff that MT6592 brings, the game maker is capable of adding a lot more textures, visual effects to the gaming engine.
It’s better to look at the video below to see a clear comparison of how an unnamed quad-core system handles the game compared to MediaTek’s octa-core.
MediaTek MT6592 delivers advanced multi-tasking, web browsing performance for high-end smartphones and tablets, a chipset built on the 28nm architecture with eight cores, each of them capable of clocking up to 2GHz. In addition, MediaTek’s ClearMotion technology converts the 24/30 fps video to 60fps and ensures smoother playback.