According to the sources, "Wayne" will come in two separate builds, one for smartphones and one for tablets and low-powered netbooks/notebooks.
The first build will be a quad-core design at 1.5GHz built on the ARM Cortex-A15 and a 24-core GPU. Power consumption should be on the level of the current-generation Kal-El Tegra 3 SoC.
Wayne's second build, however, is almost jaw-dropping, given its purpose is for mobile devices. The build will feature eight ARM processing cores and 32-to-64 GPU cores. Each will be DirectX 11+ compliant and even support OpenGL 4.x, OpenCL 1.x and PhysX.
Nvidia is expected to release the Wayne SoC in fall 2012.
Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 4 Jul 2011 0:55