Nvidia's Project Denver Could Pack 8 ARM Cores and 256 CUDA Cores

2011-Jul-20 | Tags: SoCnvidia

Windows on ARMExpected to arrive no earlier than 2013, Nvidia's Project Denver processors based on the ARM architecture will allegedly feature eight computing cores that will be paired together with 256 CUDA cores based on the Fermi architecture.


This information is based on the design targets set by Nvidia for the first silicon revision of Project Denver, and could see some changes until the CPU reaches its final design stages.

According to Bright Side of News, Nvidia is looking to keep Project Denver aligned with the upcoming Wayne SoC, also known as Tegra 4, which is expected to tape out in the next couple of weeks while developers are scheduled to receive the first prototype silicon in December 2011.

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