Why did Nvidia put Denver and A57 in Drive PX 2
CES 2016: There is actually a good reason for it
Nvidia’s Drive PX 2 module has a very curious CPU architecture, A57s plus Denver. It took SemiAccurate a while to research but there is a really good reason to do things this way.
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