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Details Surrounding the NVIDIA JTX1 are Now Available

Category: Small Form Factor
Posted: 07:59AM

While the media has not yet been permitted to provide any reviews or benchmarks numbers at this time, details are now available for the NVIDIA JTX1. The latest product from NVIDIA is a 64-bit ARM development board that offers a 256-core Maxwell GPU capable of 1 TFLOP/s, 64-bit ARM A57 CPU cores, 4GB of LPDDR4 at 25.6GB/s of bandwidth, 16GB of eMMC memory, 802.11 AC WiFi and Bluetooth, Gigabit Ethernet, and a 400 pin board-to-board connector. Fortunately, the JTX1 from NVIDIA boasts a modular design with the Tegra X1 SoC on a module that plugs into a larger board for connectivity options and other features, allowing third-parties to easily take full advantage of the product. Released graphs show that the JTX1 actually beats out an Intel Core i7-6700k when it comes to deep learning performance, especially in regards to efficiency. The JTX1 also contends very closely with the i7-6700K's HD Graphics 530 in raw performance, and outshines it in performance per watt.

The NVIDIA JTX1 Developer Kit will be available to purchase in the United States tomorrow for $599, though the product will not ship until November 16, 2015. An educational version of the Jetson TX1 Developer Kit will also be available for $299. 

Source: Phoronix

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