Earlier today, Jen-Hsun Huang unveiled the 5th-gen Nvidia Tegra K1 over at CES 2014. This new chip is specially built for smartphones and has brought a lot of breakthroughs and improvements as compared to its predecessors. Nvidia Tegra K1 will be available in two versions: 32-bit and 64-bit.
The fifth-gen Tegra processor comes with 192 Kepler graphic cores and processor details also unveiled for both the versions. The 32-bit version features a quad-core 4-Plus-1 ARM Cortex A15 processor (clocked at 2.3GHz) and 64-bit version features a customized dual-core CPU based on the ARMv8 (clocked at 2.5GHz).
The 32 version of Nvidia Tegra 4 will hit the shelves by the first half of the year and the 64 version by the second half of the year. Head over to the above video for the demo of the new Tegra K1 chip running on an unreal engine 4. Its said that this new chip is faster than the gaming consoles including the PS3 and the Xbox 360.
Along with this Jen-Hsun also introduced the NVIDIA’s new G-SYNC technology in monitors from Acer, AOC, ASUS, BEnQ, Philps and ViewSonic. This new G-SYNC technology is likely to be unveiled earlier in this year.