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Nvidia Wants to Bring PC-Like Performance to Mobile With Project Denver

Now that Nvidia’s Tegra K1 has another hardware win, Denver, the faster version of Nvidia’s flagship SoC that was first unveiled to the world during January’s Consumer Electronics Show got an in-depth introduction on Monday at the Hot Chips conference in San Jose. Nvidia’s Tegra K1 strategy will have to versions of the chip ship to manufacturers: a 32-bit version of the chip that has four Cortex A-15 CPUs and a more powerful one that ships with two of Nvidia’s custom Denver CPUs. The Cortex A-15 version of the chip ships in the Shield tablet as well as Xiaomi’s MiPad and the Acer Chromebook 13. The