Jimmy McGee · Jan 9, 2014 at 10:00 am

Nvidia Tegra K1 Hands On at CES 2014 – XDA Developer TV

Nvidia has officially brought an end to the “cores race” in two ways with the release of the Tegra K1. By releasing a device with “192 cores,” Nvidia not only wins in the marketing game, but they also make the numbers game a joke. Ultimately, it’s not about the number of cores. Rather, it’s about the power of the processor. But marketing numbers aside, the Tegra K1 is very powerful.

XDA Developer TV Producer Jordan was on site at International CES 2014 and got a chance to catch a demonstration of the Tegra K1’s power. Jordan sat down and talked with the folks at Nvidia. And in this video, we get to see the power of the K1 through various applications on the Nvida Tegra K1 reference platform. Check out this video to learn more about the revolutionary Nvidia K1.

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Check out Jordan’s YouTube Channel and Jordan’s Gaming YouTube Channel


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