NVIDIA has recently announced the NVIDIA TEGRA K1 mobile processor, a 192-core super chip which NVIDIA claims as the most advanced mobile processor to date. Built on the same NVIDIA Kepler Architecture, the NVIDIA TEGRA K1 brings PC and Console – class graphics and performance to your mobile devices.
Compared to Xbox 360 and PS3, the TEGRA K1 has the latest DirectX (DX11) and delivers better performance with its a faster GPU and CPU horsepower, at a fraction of a power.
|Xbox 360||PS3||TEGRA K1|
One Chip – Two Versions
NVIDIA will be offering two versions of the TEGRA K1 192-core Super Chip, one with a 32-bit Quad A15 CPU and another version with a 64-bit Dual Denver CPU.
|Quad A15 CPUs||Dual Denver CPUs|
|3-way Superscalar||7-way Superscalar|
|Up to 2.3GHz||Up to 2.5GHz|
|32K+32K L1$||128K+64K L1$|
Recently, Epic has brought Unreal Engine 4 to TEGRA K1. With a vast array of titles with advanced gaming requirements using the Unreal Engine, TEGRA K1 can essentially support almost any title that runs on PC or high-end consoles.
The NVIDIA TEGRA K1 32-bit version will be launched first half of this year, while the second version on the second half.
For more on the TEGRA K1, check out NVIDIA’s website