NVIDIA’s new Tegra K1 processor is a quad-core ARM Cortex-A15, 32-bit chip with 192 graphics cores. It’s the company’s most powerful mobile chip to date, and the first to feature the same Kepler graphics technology as NVIDIA’s desktop and notebook products.

We should start to see the first Tegra K1-powered devices this year… and eventually the company plans to offer a second model with 64-bit architecture.

More details about the 32-bit version are emerging this week — and we should see even more details soon. The company’s first developer board based on the K1 chip is now shipping to customers.

NVIDIA Tegra K1

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5 replies on “Lilbits (4-30-2013): NVIDIA Tegra K1 is coming”

    1. people that order their board directly from nvidia should already got their board. the folks on Phoronix already posting some early numbers from their test suite.

  1. I wouldn’t believe anything you ready on wccftech … Complete fantasy garbage!

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