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Benchmark shows NVIDIA has made the world’s best mobile processor

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Jan
2014

An early benchmark of NVIDIA’s Tegra K1 system-on-chip (SoC), which was announced at CES 2014, shows the new mobile processor may potentially be “the next big thing in SoCs” this year, as Tom’s Hardware puts it. “Based on our initial looks at Tegra K1 in Lenovo’s ThinkVision, the SoC far outperforms any of its competition,” the site says about a 3DMark test, “posting 25%-higher results in the GPU-heavy graphics workload and CPU-limited physics test.” The Tegra K1 processor, which has four ARM Cortex-A15 cores, a low-speed companion core, and a Kepler-based GPU that packs no less than 192 cores, will equip various mobile devices later this year, and will ship in a 64-bit version (codenamed Denver) as well. The publication

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