During their press conference at CES 2014, Nvidia announced their new Tegra K1 processor, which will be its next generation flagship mobile processor and will replace the current Tegra 4 processor, offering performance that Nvidia say is graphically better than the PS3 or even the Xbox 360.

The K1 won’t just be a processor for smartphones however, it will also be used in 4K televisions, consoles and even cars, offering great levels of performance from its 192 cores and Kepler graphics architecture.

The processor will also run Epic Games’ Unreal Engine 3, and is said to “take absolutely anything that runs on PC or high-end console and run it on Tegra now.”

The new Tegra K1 will be available in two separate versions, the first has a 32-bit quad-core chip with a 4-Plus-1 ARM Cortex A15 CPU and the second will use a custom Nvidia designed 64-bit dual Super Core CPU.

The 32-bit version is expected to reach devices in the first half of 2014 and the 64-bit will hit in the second half of the year.

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