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NVIDIA announces Tegra K1 with 192 cores and Kepler architecture

06
Jan
2014

In whats becoming a yearly tradition, NVIDIA came to its CES press conference with tidings of its next-generation mobile processor which will begin gracing devices in 2014. The chipset maker officially announced Tegra K1, the first 192-core processor based on the Kepler architecture. As you can imagine, NVIDIA is bringing its graphics chops to the new chip, and it packs a serious punch — so much so, in fact, that it will come with support for Unreal Engine 4.

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