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http://blogs.nvidia.com/blog/2016/01/04/automotive-nvidia-drive-px-2/
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>>52241597
my wife's son would love one
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How does this fit onto my motherboard? I don't see a PCI connector.......
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>AMD literally has no drivers
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>>52241597
>liquid cooling
WHY
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>>52241647
Because cars bake in 100+ degree weather sometimes?
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/o/ BTFO
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>>52241597
Woodscrews and carfires
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>>52241647
>250w space heater
>inside of a car
Thats why
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>>52241660
So what?
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>>52241647
>advanced and complex mechanical thing in a machine designed to undergo a lot of vibrations/g-forces
Its probably so they can charge more money to fix it every year.

What they should have done was just heatpipe'd it to some very large metal part of the car.
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>>52241721
>car sits in sun
>car is 200 degrees
>heatpipe assembly hot af
>processors overheat and die

Lol nah. Liquid cooling actually does make more sense.
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>>52241647
a CAR, c'mon kevin...
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>>52241750
liquid cooling would do the exact same thing in that scenario
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>>52241647
so they can pretend like putting a housefire in a car is a good idea
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>>52241750
Why do you people assume that
A: the interior gets that hot
B: this is in the interior?
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>>52241875
Wait, they're not just using the cars radiator?
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>>52241925
That would be pretty stupid.
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>>52241925
same question
>>52241929
pls elaborate
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>>52241941
Nominal temperatures for engine coolant is around and above 200F.
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>>52241929
>>52241941
Actually, I guess that shit would get pretty
>>52241966
Yeah. What he said. I'm a moron.
200F though? Fuck, that's hotter than I expected.
I mean, still cooler than the Nvidia chip, but not by much.
And you wouldn't want to heat up the engine more than you needed to.
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>>52241660
cars have moving parts that fail. stop using car analogy.
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>>52241966
Oh...
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>>52241988
The engine wouldn't be affected by the output of that relatively low powered device.
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How are they going to liquid cool a CPU when a car's coolant is circulating at 100°C already
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>>52241988

Thinking that .5 ounces of silicon s going to affect the temperature of 300 lbs of aluminum.
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>>52242015
Nigga this is nvidia
>>52242089
But nvidia
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>>52241925

Radiator too hot, but they could use the AC system of the car.
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>>52242131
Wouldnt condensation be a problem then?
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>>52242215
>>52242028
>americanattemptsshitposting.txt
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>>52242089
>ounces
>lbs
>aluminum

This is why the rest of the world disrespects you Yanks.
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>>52242500
Go away britbong
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>>52242532
>britbong
Ounces and pounds are used in the UK as well, retard.
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>>52242532
Wrong, Seppo.
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>>52242561
Sure
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>>52241759

>muh GPU
Yeah, totally the most important thing in a car.
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>>52241647
because the air inside of a car is hot so it needs cooling from an enclosed source.
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>>52241750
Are you assuming that the liquid cooling system will always be on? That would be ridiculous.
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>>52242641
it's funny because the car computer is one of the most important thing in a normal car...
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>>52241660
>250W

carfires
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>>52242689
not in my car. enjoy your mobile botnets and remote shutdowns.
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>Self driving cars are legit going to be a thing within the next 5 years
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>>52242734
Actually even the most basic cars today have simple computers, so those can not be 100% ruled out
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>>52242754
>every car holds in the safety distances
>every car rolls slowly so that risks of an accident are minimal
>literally botnets between cars
>it will become illegal to drive your own car because there is a larger chance of accidents to happen
>You wont be able to control the car even if there is a legitimate reason
What a boring future.
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>>52242734
you are retarded or underage
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>>52241597
>Japan is trying to make Johnny Cab real
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>>52241660
>8Tflops
>like this is some kind of achievement

A massive die shrink and HBM and this is all they can come up with? The same compute performance AMD had with the same wattage AMD was pulling with 3 year old process tech?
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>>52242888
It's Tegra, so yeah.
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>>52243179
>pascal GPU
>Pascal GPU

>"it's Tegra"

Ok boss.
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>>52243194
Literally, look at OP pic >>52241597
Pascal is just the architecture, you dumdum
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>>52243194
So fuckin' what?
The Tegra K1 has a Kepler in it.
Everyone involved is aware that it's a mobile GPU for CUDA.
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>>52242754
>>Self driving cars are legit going to be a thing within the next 5 years

Possibly sooner than that in some areas in certain states. Some analysts are predicting by 2018 we're gonna start seeing them taxing people around certain parts of cities.

Consider that Google is about to open up their taxi service company within the next few months, also GM just announced their creating a 500 million dollar partnership with Lyft for a taxi service.

I remember 5 years ago when Google first started up their driverless vehicle initiative people thought it'd take 20 years before they were on the roads.

Here we are 5 years later and companies are already creating their taxi services.
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>>52241603
Same. Was thinking of getting one for my wife's bull too.
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>>52242089
>Not understanding specific heat
>Being this fucking nonstandard
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>>52243179
>8tflops
>Has to be liquid cooled
>250watts of car fire

This shit is worse than a single fury nano.
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>>52242864
>Johnny Cab

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xGi6j2VrL0o
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>>52243974
+12 CPU cores
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>>52243686
nope
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>>52244173
Yeah, but a single GPU outperforms this thing. Core count doesn't translate into performance
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>>52241617
Underrated post
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Can't compete against amd anymore. Looking for alternative markets. Nvidia BTFO

Biggest flop of the year inc
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>Nvidia literally has actual drivers
>AMD doesnt have "Drivers" or drivers
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>>52244467
I wish that a new meme
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>>52242641
if you're paying 50k for a car that can drive itself it should at least run crysis 3 at high settings
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>>52242754
With my experiences driving, it can't happen soon enough. I have a friend who can't tilt their head all the way back anymore because some idiot decided to floor it when they had a red light and other vehicles were in the intersection.
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How are they going to power the thing?
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>>52244673
Probably with electricity, probably from the alternator like every other fucking car
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>>52244724
Can that thing really put out more than 250W?
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>>52244733

are you fucking serious right now?
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>>52244738
I don't know shit about cars.
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>>52244745

obviously.
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>>52244768
So can the alternator provide more than 250W or not?
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>>52244745

are you really doubting something that can power a 2 ton object cant power a gpu?
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>>52244784
Well I'm thinking it's got to power a 2 tonne object. And charge the battery.
I'm surprised no-one thought to integrate the liquid cooling into a heating system.
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>>52241835
It does get that hot if you live somewhere hot. 200 degrees F though, not C
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>>52244781
You can get alternators that will output over 4,000 W, 250 W isn't a problem.
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>>52244781
I guess it would use a larger battery maybe not as large as the ones campers have. You won't be able to just plug the self driving device to your regular car outlet that you use to charge your phone, though. I suppose that's what's confusing you.
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>>52241597
>automotive nvidia drive
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>>52244944
The average alternator puts out about 150W

>You can get alternators that will output over 4,000 W

for motorhomes and big rigs, sure, for your little ricer machine, yeah no.
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>>52241750
>water doesn't get hot
k
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ITT /g/ knows nothing about automotive electronics.
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>>52244985
>The average alternator puts out about 150W
Um, no. The stock alternator in my Geo Tracker (pic related, it's quite small) puts out 55 A at little over 14 V, or 770 W. What the hell do you drive that has an alternator that only puts out 11 A?
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>>52241925
the engine would overheat
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>>52245088
What happens if this thing is driving your car and it blows a fuse? Are the brakes applied or does the car just coast until successive collisions bring it to a stop?
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>>52245249
the fire would melt the tires before you hit anything
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>>52245130
underrated post
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>>52242754
Nice. Finally you won't have the risk of meeting some retarded fuck on the road while driving.

As much as I love driving, I do want this to happen.
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>>52246084
I just want a car like Google's. Just a living room that takes you everywhere. Please. Please Google.
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>>52241617
l/o/st
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>>52241597
Why the sexy black PCB?

I was under the impression that green PCB is used when you are not trying to appeal to design.
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>>52242131
Sure, but then what happens when it's turned off? You know, like when it needs to cycle off to maintain temperature or HVAC isn't being used at all?
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>>52244733
Sure, but it probably isn't something you are going to retrofit.
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>>52245005
No one on 4chan understands automotive electronics. It doesn't look like nVidia does, either.
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>>52241597
Honest question.
Why AMD doesn't just, you know, make things to sell? Like Nvidia is doing.
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BUT WHY DOES TRAINING THE FUCKING ANN HAVE TO BE DONE BY THE CAR.

This is literally as retarded as your computer locally calculating the Google PageRank algorithm every time you want to do a search.
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>>52241759

I always cringe so hard when Machine Learning is referred to as Artificial Intelligence.
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>>52243252
>tegra
>mobile
>250w

ok boss.
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>>52245249
>blows a fuse

The alternator doesn't pump that energy straight to the relay banks. The alternator is directly charging the battery, and only from the battery is power drawn >as needed<.

If anything, putting in a higher wattage alternator just reduces battery life if there isn't also a (matched) larger battery to handle it.
Blown fuses? You got a wire short, buddy.
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>>52241617
I just blew my fucking beer all over the room
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ITT nCrapia fags can't justify a liquid cooled ECU

>You can now take you housefires on the go, with nVidia hot as fire GPU powered ECUs!
>Best drivers are burned to the ground, what are you waiting for loser?
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>>52241759
What exactly is a DL op? It's just something Nvidia made up, right?
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>born just in time to overclock my car
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>>52249437
RnD costs money
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>>52249437
>This
>Actualy selling
These are just small volume development kits. No self driving car will enter mass production for another 5-10 years.
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>>52241759
>SUPERCOMPUTER FOR AI DRIVE
>SUPERCOMPUTER

why do they compare their shit with actually usefull calculation power?
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>>52250117
And this shit certainly won't be in them. Has nVidia ever made safety critical systems before?
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>>52250129

This. Nvoodia managed to slither their way into academic high-end computing because most supercomputers in universities are just dick measuring contests that people one-up each-other with in terms of cost. None of these supercomputers actually do anything valuable. This shit will fall so flat because car makers can't be fooled like academics. Auto companies don't tolerate crap.
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>>52244796
>>52244781
An average car engine puts out 100KW.
You wanna hook up a generator that uses a quarter of a percent of that?
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>>52250129
>>52250247
BUTTMAD AMDPOORFAGS DETECTED

WHY DON'T YOU JUST STAY IN YOUR POLARIS GDDR5 THREADS?
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>>52241617
Someone photoshop NVIDIA logo there
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>driverless car
Shouldn't this be an AMD thing?
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>>52244796
Car engine is already using liquid cooling, this same coolant is used on car heater. This thing will most likely be connected to same coolant line so it actually will be used as heater too.

Smart engineer would connect this thing into engine's in going liquid line so coolant would be preheated which would help engine to warm up but it wouldn't affect already hot engine.
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>>52241875
Need this in background for reference.
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>>52250393

severely underrated post
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>>52241660
>F
It's not real temperature on planet earth.
I wonder what will they do in summer when temps go to +40C and cars metal goes up to 100-130C outside far from engine in the city environment.
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>>52241617
top kek
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>>52242131
what about winter and this>>52248810 ?
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>>52249437
amd this year sold 70 million chips for consoles though
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AMD Drive PX
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>>52250778
AMD's would just be an image of cars in a warehouse.
Can't drive WITHOUT A DRIVER.
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>>52243941

Nigger, you could have a processor running at ten thousand degrees, and that heat would barely raise the heat of a giant, liquid cooled, chunk of aluminum more than a few degrees.
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>>52242344

No, the condensation takes place in the condenser which typically sits in front of the radiator, all you'd need for the processors bypass the hvac system with a small stream of refrigerant. Tetraflouroethane or R134a has a melting point of about -105C, and you don't need it to evaporate in a cooled system, that's under pressure, you just need it to do a bit of heat transfer.
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>>52242754
I actually look forward to this as someone that likes to drive on a motorcycle. Too many retards that I have to account for on the road.
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>>52250652
The AC compressor runs in a car at times when you might not even think that it is, i.e. when you run the defroster. Given the amount of refrigerant needed to cool the chip, you could simply kick on the compressor for a few seconds to cool the refrigerant back down whenever you needed to and no one would be any the wiser.
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>>52243686
>taxing

Freudian slip. Who is going to pay for this dismal future but the taxpayer.
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>AMD shills just now realized video cards make up less than 40% of Nvidia's business
Are you shitting me /g/?
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>>52242754
It will take at least 10 years to make them road legal and 15 more years for people to trust them
and i'm being optimistic here for a very small country with fast legal system, for big ones it will take more, for messed up countries it will take eternity
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>>52250989
The same people who pay for taxi services now days, the people who use the taxis.
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>>52241875
That a new dildo by bad dragon?
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>>52249847

You seriously can't know this little. The battery charges as needed, but the alternator pumps the power into the electrical system.
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>>52251000
checked
Andy why would anyone need 16 k80s
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>>52251086
Why does anyone need a super computer.
To do serious calculations.
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>>52251086
>why would anyone need 16 k80s
Look everyone, another teenager who thinks GPUs are just for gaymen.

Point and laugh.
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>>52250878
anon...
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>>52250948
funny part of your post is that most retards on the street are motorcyclists
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>>52252522
Sounds like a problem that solves itself.
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Nail printer and software.
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>>52253870
http://www.cnet.com/videos/inail-printer-brings-the-nail-salon-to-you/

The future is now /g/.
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>>52251438
Those are not GPUs. They are computational engines built with similar architecture.
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>>52241647
cant wait for it to break and have your car shit the bed in the middle of the interstate
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>>52244985
>The average alternator puts out about 150W
u wot
most alternators put out around 1kw depending on the engine RPM
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