Nvidia Tegra K1 Soc is Announced, Comes with 192 GPU cores

Nvidia announced its upcom­ing Tegra 192 core super chip at CES 2014. The new chip is based on Kepler archi­tec­ture and will be released in two dif­fer­ent ver­sions: a 32-bit option with a 2.3GHz “4‑plus‑1A15 CPU and a 64-bit unit with a 2.5GHz dual-core Den­ver CPU.


The Keplar archi­tec­ture used to build the Tegra K1 is the same was used to build the GeForce GTX 780 Ti graph­ics card. Nvidia claims that the Tegra K1 has more pow­er than the Microsoft Xbox 360 and Sony’s PlaySta­tion 3 con­soles. The Kepler was orig­i­nal­ly designed for desk­tops and note­books and lat­er added to supercomputers.Nvidia is bring­ing its graph­ics to the new Direc­tX 11-pow­ered GPU, in fact, that it will come with sup­port for Unre­al Engine 4 and OpenGL 4.4.

The 32-bit Tegra K1 will be avail­able in the first half of this year, fol­lowed by the 64-bit proces­sor in the sec­ond half of the year.