Teardowns confirm Nintendo Switch is built on standard Tegra X1 processor

Nvidia Maxwell chip (GM204?) - artist rendering

A new teardown of Nintendo’s Switch confirms the system is based on a standard Tegra X1 processor, not the Pascal or customized architecture some fans speculated about.

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Nvidia kills Icera soft modem, refocuses Tegra on automotive design

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Nvidia’s Icera modems, which debuted alongside its Tegra 4 / 4i solution in 2013, are being phased out, and the company will refocus Tegra on graphics processing.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/gaming/205288-nvidia-kills-icera-soft-modem-refocuses-tegra-on-automotive-design

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One year after Apple's A7, Nvidia announces first 64-bit ARM CPU for Android

Chipmaker Nvidia on Tuesday detailed the new “Denver” variant of its Tegra K1 mobile processor, a high-performance in-order design that represents the first foray into 64-bit processing for Android devices –?nearly a full year after Apple shocked the mobile world with its own 64-bit A7 processor.



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Tegra K1 GPU posts some beastly benchmarks – but can Nvidia get devs to actually use it?

Tegra K1
Nvidia’s Tegra K1 is benchmarking like a beast — is this the chip that will give the company what it needs to establish a premium gaming experience on Android?

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/186336-tegra-k1-gpu-posts-some-beastly-benchmarks-but-is-it-good-enough-that-devs-will-actually-use-it

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Nvidia’s Tegra K1 comes to the US in Google’s 3D depth-sensing Tango tablet

Google's Project Tango devkit tablet, front and back
The first device powered by Nvidia’s new Tegra K1 SoC to hit the US will be Google’s Tango tablet devkit. The K1 is notable for being the first mobile SoC to include a “desktop-class” GPU (a cut-down 192-core Kepler). The Tango tablet follows on from the Tango smartphone, which Google showed off back in February. The first K1-powered tablet, when it arrives later this year (probably soon), will set you back a grand total of $1024 — but that’s a small price to pay for a mobile walk-around device with advanced 3D sensing and mapping capabilities.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/computing/183816-nvidias-tegra-k1-comes-to-the-us-in-googles-3d-depth-sensing-tango-tablet

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Nvidia’s Tegra K1 Mocha gaming tablet leaks: High-res screen, heavy GPU firepower

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Leaked benchmarks point to a Tegra K1-powered tablet coming in the near future — with an impressive set of specifications and baseline performance.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/computing/182264-nvidias-tegra-k1-mocha-gaming-tablet-leaks-point-to-high-res-screen-heavy-gpu-firepower

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