NVIDIA Tegra K1 will be available in a dual-processor Denver model

Two 64-bit CPUs available in next gen Tegra chip

Android Central @ CES

If the fact that 192 CUDA-cores in the Tegra K1 doesn't get your blood pumping, how about a version with two 64-bit A15 processors?

That will be a reality, as the new Tegra K1 will come in two models, with one using a dual CPU configuration of NVIDIA's custom Denver processor.

The demo of the chip running Android was impressive (with animations you won't want to shut off), and the benchmarks will probably require a complete new chart. 

We'll learn more about the new chip when we talk with NVIDIA through the week, but I had to share this for the spec-junkies out there.

Jerry Hildenbrand
Senior Editor — Google Ecosystem

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