NVIDIA has unveiled two new different Tegra K1 CPUs with 192-core GPU and one of them is a 64-bit chipset similar to what Apple has done in A7 chipset and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 410 budget SoC.
First the company has unveiled the 32-bit version of the Tegra K1 chipset and later revealed the 64-bit variant of the processor. The 64-bit processor is the outcome of its 2011 revelation of Project Denver and named the processor as dual-core Denver CPU, which has the super chip has 192-cores Keplar GPU(Don’t be confused with dual-core and quad-core nomenclature).
According to the official release, The 32-bit Tegra K1 A15 CPU will max out at 2.3GHz, while the 64-bit Denver CPU will run upto 2.5GHz clock speed. The 32-bit Tegra K1 will be coming with the devices in Q2 2014, while the latter will be in market in second half of this year.
[ Source: NVIDIA ]