So far there are no reviews out but there is a Geekbench 3 score
The Tegra K1 offers two versions of 32 bit and 64 bit however you shouldn’t be confused with the naming scheme of NVIDIA since these two versions are quite different; much more different than their names suggest. One of these has been tested on the Xiaomi MiPad and is featured on NVIDIA Shield tablet. This one is based on four Cortex-A15 cores.
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However the one that appears to be more interesting is the one featured on the Nexus 9 tablet and is based on NVIDIA's first custom processor core design. This one has been dubbed as Denver and has only two cores but similar to Apple's Ax chipsets they are noticeably more powerful than their Cortex and Krait counterparts.
So far we have got no reviews on this one since the tablet was only announced yesterday but there is the Geekbench 3 score which shows an impressive single-core performance. The Denver core has scored 1,903 while the 2.2GHz Cortex-A15 in the NVIDIA Shield has managed 1,088.
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