Project X Logan K1 is the first big news out of CES from NVIDIA and represents a bit of a change from what we were expecting. The current belief was that the SoC would have four 28nm Cortex A15 processors but that will only be one flavour of K1, a Denver based dual core version will also be released. Those ARMv8 64-bit processors will natively handle 64 bit applications while the A15 version that The Tech Report had taken pictures of will be limited to 32 bit applications, though that will not matter in many mobile applications. You should also check out Ryan's deep dive into the new Denver and Kepler version here.
"In early 2011, during a CES press event, Nvidia revealed its Project Denver CPU initiative. On Sunday evening, at another CES press conference, the company provided a glimpse of the first Denver-based processor: the Tegra K1. This next-generation SoC features dual Denver CPU cores clocked at up to 2.5GHz. The cores were designed by Nvidia, and they're compatible with the 64-bit ARMv8 instruction set. They have a seven-way superscalar pipeline and a hefty 192KB of L1 cache."
Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
- A Look at NVIDIA’s Most Ambitious SoC Yet: Tegra K1 @ Techgage
- Yahoo adverts infect 27,000 people per hour with malware @ The Inquirer
- Acer cozies up to Google with new 'droid PCs and fondleslab, Chromebook @ The Register
- Trewgrip mobile QWERTY hands-on @ The Inquirer
- China touch panel makers focus on bezel-free applications in 2014 @ DigiTimes
- Intel Ivy Bridge Linux Performance Stepped Up In 2013 @ Phoronix
- AT&T takes aim at T-Mobile with $450 cashback lure @ The Register
- HP: We're axing 29,000 workers? Add another 5,000 to that @ The Register
- Zetta Z15 HD Security Camcorder @ NikKTech
- Seagate updates Backup Plus Slim HDD with smartphone support @ The Inquirer
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