AMD Ryzen RDNA 2 Tesla Model S Model X Infotainment System
It’s official, the AMD RDNA 2 GPU architecture will be powering the refreshed Tesla Model S and Model X infotainment systems, which consists of a 17″ Cinematic Display (2200×1300) as well as a secondary screen for second-row passengers. What this means is that it now has 10 TFLOPs of processing power, resulting in the ability to play the latest games without compromise.

Aside from the Navi 23 GPU, it boasts a 128-bit bus interface with four 2GB DRAM modules for 8GB of GDDR6 memory that would operate at 14 Gbps to deliver a total bandwidth of 224 GB/s. This GPU would connect to the main B2B connector through a PCIe Gen 3 x8 link and feature HDMI 1.4. The new Tesla Model S Plaid, set for deliveries on June 10th, will have this new infotainment system.
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  • GeForce RTX 3070: NVIDIA’s 2nd gen RTX—with new RT Cores, Tensor Cores, and streaming multiprocessors to give the most realistic ray-traced graphics and improved performance
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At Computex, we highlighted the growing adoption of our high-performance computing and graphics technologies as AMD continues setting the pace of innovation for the industry. With the launches of our new Ryzen and Radeon processors and the first wave of AMD Advantage notebooks, we continue expanding the ecosystem of leadership AMD products and technologies for gamers and enthusiasts. The next frontier of innovation in our industry is taking chip design into the third dimension,” said Dr. Lisa Su, AMD CEO.


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