AMD did it know that the infotainment new generation for vehicles Tesla will welcome one inside APU Ryzen it’s a GPU discreet family Radeon architecture based RDNA2. The platform will be able to provide an overall computing power of 10 TFlops as had emerged from previous rumors.
A PS5 (or almost) in the infotainment system of the next Tesla
Elon Musk in the past he had said that it would be possible to play The Witcher 3 O Cyberpunk 2077 aboard the next Tesla. And actually those 10 TFlops correspond to one computing power only slightly less than that of a PlayStation 5. We are talking about the same new GPU Navi 23 with which AMD is bringing the RDNA2 architecture to laptops.
Among the new chips, Radeon 6600M will be characterized by the presence on the card of 28 Compute Unit and of 1792 shader unit, while the custom version of the PlayStation 5 RDNA 2 GPU equips 36 CU and 2304 shader unit. Only slightly lower numbers for the hardware that will fit the cars, but it is still the same technology and a generation of hardware architecture of the current generation.
A whole other question that relating to operating system which will be the basis of the new infotainment system. Obviously, this aspect will be crucial in order to exploit the computing power of the new Tesla. In this regard, it should be noted that Tesla has recently opened some job positions for video game developers able to work on the platform Linux. “We’re looking for Linux game developers to work on something * extremely * exciting at Tesla!” on law in a For my gamer/dev/gamedev followers: we're looking for Linux game devs to work on something *extremely* exciting at Tesla!
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For my gamer/dev/gamedev followers: we're looking for Linux game devs to work on something *extremely* exciting at Tesla!
So, among the crazy features of the Tesla of the future, will there be the possibility of playing Triple A titles? We will probably find out soon, given that the new one Model S Plaid, which complements the system that AMD told Computex about, will be delivered to customers starting June 10.