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[ZDNet] Nvidia takes aim at Tesla's custom GPU claims

Source: https://www.zdnet.com/article/nvidia...om-gpu-claims/

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It's not useful to compare the performance of Tesla's two-chip Full Self Driving computer against NVIDIA's single-chip driver assistance system. Tesla's two-chip FSD computer at 144 TOPs would compare against the NVIDIA DRIVE AGX Pegasus computer which runs at 320 TOPS for AI perception, localization and path planning.

Additionally, while Xavier delivers 30 TOPS of processing, Tesla erroneously stated that it delivers 21 TOPS. Moreover, a system with a single Xavier processor is designed for assisted driving AutoPilot features, not full self-driving. Self-driving, as Tesla asserts, requires a good deal more compute. 
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good.

not an NV hater, just a dope rhyme sayer... wait, wrong thread.

Erm, anything to get nvidia outta cruise control in any division. Progress in one part of a corporation can spur changes for other divisions ;O
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yay! and tesla will get us off of fossil fuel dependency!

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I just saw exactly that while in Colorado... Made me giggle... "why is this charging station in the middle of nowhere so loud?! oh, that large bank of generators that kick on when anyone plugs in, got it..."
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NV are in trouble and they know it, Now other car manufacturers see Tesla's in house custom solution and realize that if $$ limited company was able to make better solution then NV in just 3 years, they will do the same, they got the $$ and the resources and they aren't going to keep paying Premium for NV's of shelf solutions.

P/S- Tesla has much more experience and actual DATA and more advance in Autonomous Cars then others- so if they Decide that NV's solutions aren't good enough for them- others take this very seriously.
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I remember this video from a while ago talking about how Nvidia is in deep because their designs are too bloated and right now everyone and their mom can make a custom design fitting their exact needs and cheaper. So they're virtually out of the autonomous driving market.

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Quote: Originally Posted by looniam View Post
yay! and tesla will get us off of fossil fuel dependency!



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he did long ago with car he made to run on water, just its not in the interest of those above to give ppl such tech for free. this cars and batteries are laughable.
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Source: https://www.zdnet.com/article/nvidia...om-gpu-claims/



Tesla's first AI chip and it crushes nVidia's
Did you forget to read the article?

"While Xavier delivers 30 TOPS of processing, Tesla erroneously stated that it delivers 21 TOPS. Moreover, a system with a single Xavier processor is designed for assisted driving AutoPilot features, not full self-driving," NVIDIA writes. "It’s not useful to compare the performance of Tesla’s two-chip Full Self Driving computer against NVIDIA’s single-chip driver assistance system. Tesla’s two-chip FSD computer at 144 TOPs would compare against the NVIDIA DRIVE AGX Pegasus computer which runs at 320 TOPS for AI perception, localization and path planning."
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Did you forget to read the article?

"While Xavier delivers 30 TOPS of processing, Tesla erroneously stated that it delivers 21 TOPS. Moreover, a system with a single Xavier processor is designed for assisted driving AutoPilot features, not full self-driving," NVIDIA writes. "It’s not useful to compare the performance of Tesla’s two-chip Full Self Driving computer against NVIDIA’s single-chip driver assistance system. Tesla’s two-chip FSD computer at 144 TOPs would compare against the NVIDIA DRIVE AGX Pegasus computer which runs at 320 TOPS for AI perception, localization and path planning."
Finally someone read it. I just wanted to see how many people would go off of what I said. I love nVidia Haha.

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