Because cars bake in 100+ degree weather sometimes?
>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.
Actually, I guess that shit would get pretty
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.
This is why the rest of the world disrespects you Yanks.
>Self driving cars are legit going to be a thing within the next 5 years
>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.
>Japan is trying to make Johnny Cab real
>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?
>>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.
Can't compete against amd anymore. Looking for alternative markets. Nvidia BTFO
Biggest flop of the year inc
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.
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.
>automotive nvidia drive
>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?
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.
>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.
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?
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.
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.
Need this in background for reference.
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.
AMD's would just be an image of cars in a warehouse.
Can't drive WITHOUT A DRIVER.
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.
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.
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.
>AMD shills just now realized video cards make up less than 40% of Nvidia's business
Are you shitting me /g/?
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
>why would anyone need 16 k80s
Look everyone, another teenager who thinks GPUs are just for gaymen.
Point and laugh.