Nvidia Announces Tegra K1 with PC-Class Gaming Power
Nvidia today announced the Tegra K1 mobile processor. The K1 makes use of the Kepler GPU architecture to bring powerful gaming capabilities to its mobile CPU line. The K1 will be available in two forms; a 32-bit quad-core 4-plus-1 configuration, and a custom-designed 64-bit Super Core CPU configuration. The quad-core version is based on the ARM Cortex 15 design. Both will include the 192-core Kepler GPU for polyon-pushing power. According to Nvidia, the Kepler GPU can match the performance of dedicated gaming devices, such as the Microsoft Xbox One and the Sony PlayStation 4. Despite the power performance, the K1 is also efficient and will draw less power than current generation chips. Nvidia said the 32-bit version will reach consumer devices during the first half of 2014, while the 64-bit version will reach consumer devices during the second half of 2014.
Nvidia Debuts Tegra X1 Processor
Nvidia today announced the Tegra X1 processor, a new chip that brings the power of its Maxwell desktop architecture to mobile devices. The X1 has an octa-core 64-bit ARM processor paired with a 256-core Maxwell GPU.
Nvidia Seen Drifting Away from Smartphones
Nvidia is refocusing the efforts of its mobile chip business and will no longer place a priority on smartphones and tablets. Instead, reports The Wall Street Journal, Nvidia will focus on creating chips for gaming devices.
ARM Intros Cortex and Mali Chips for Virtual Reality
ARM today announced the Cortex A73 processor core and the Mali G71 GPU, which will bring dramatic gaming and virtual reality improvements to next year's high-end smartphones. ARM says the A73 delivers 30% more sustained power when compared to the A72, in addition to 30% more power efficiency.
ARM Shows Off Cortex A72 Core
ARM has revealed the Cortex A72, its next-generation CPU core for high-end processors. The A72 builds on the foundation laid by the Cortex A57 core, ARM's current high-end processor.
I call BS!!!!
"According to Nvidia, the Kepler GPU can match the performance of dedicated gaming devices, such as the Microsoft Xbox One and the Sony PlayStation 4. Despite the power performance"