Expects 64-bit Tegra K1 variant to enter production ‘long before’ year’s end
Nvidia earlier this year unveiled the Tegra K1 SoC (system-on-chip) with much fanfare, touting it as a “192-core super chip.” There are two variants of the Tegra K1 : one that combines its 192-core Kepler GPU with a 32-bit quad-core CPU, and another that packs an 64-bit ARMv8-A architecture CPU (codenamed “Project Denver”) instead. While the former has already begun shipping, Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang told investors during the company’s recent Q115 earnings call that the 64-bit variant is expected “to be in production long before the end of the year.”
As you might expect, Nvidia had a major presence at E3. If you haven't done so already, be sure to check out some of Nvidia's E3 highlights and declaration on the state of PC gaming, which is filled with a bunch of tech demos, including The Witcher 3 and Warframe. In addition to showcasing what game developers are up to, Nvidia talked about Grid, Shield, and a PVR feature it's baking into GeForce Experience.
NZXT's Grid is an affordable 10-port fan hub with a twist.
Anyone can be a master at cable management, it just takes a little patience, planning, and careful execution. That doesn't mean it's easy. Some of today's cases come with more fan mounts than you have fingers to count, and if you take advantage of all that air cooling potential, cable management can quickly get out of hand. That's where NZXT's new Grid 10-port fan hub comes into play.
Happy New Years, everyone!...yeah, yeah, we know we're almost a month late saying that, but hey! better late than never, right?
In episode 194 of the No BS podcast, Editor Josh Norem and intern Chris Zele talk to Deputy Editor Gordon Ung and Online Managing Editor Jimmy Thang about what they saw at CES. Specific topics include...
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Nvidia's booth tour leaves us jonesing for a SHIELD handheld gaming device.
As busy as the last few days have been, one company that really stood out was Nvidia. The GPU maker came to the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) prepared and ready to dazzle with its spin on mobile gaming, and folks, we're officially excited about what's in store for 2013. Join us as we tour the Nvidia booth and take a close up look at Project Shield and the GeForce Grid.