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AMD's delivering gaming on the go with Tesla's new Model S and Model X

RDNA 2's hitting the road

AMD's delivering gaming on the go with Tesla's new Model S and Model X

AMD's delivering gaming on the go with Tesla's new Model S and Model X

AMD's technologies are entering new markets, delivering high-end performance from mobile SoCs to high-end electric vehicles. At Computex 2021, AMD has confirmed that their Ryzen embedded processors and Radeon RDNA 2 graphics will be used within the newly designed infotainment systems in Tesla's new Model S and Model X.

Tesla has already confirmed that their new Model S will contain a 10 TFLOPS gaming chip, delivering performance levels that are competitive with Sony's PlayStation 5 console. This means that Tesla's latest vehicles are powerful enough to play modern AAA games like Cyberpunk 2077, bringing AAA gaming to the open road. 

These hardware specifications make Tesla's new Model S and Model X vehicles next-generation (current-generation?) gaming platforms, offering users support for the latest gaming features like Hardware Accelerated Ray Tracing Support, VRS Support and more. Please note that these gaming-ready components are only utilised within Tesla's infotainment system, having no role within Tesla's autopilot system or other semi-autonomous driving features. 

Gamers will be able to use the 17-inch 2200x1300 screen on Tesla's new Model S to play games using Tesla's arcade using wireless gamepads. At this time, it is unknown how gaming will work on the vehicles integrated systems, or how many games will be playable through the vehicle. 

Outside of gaming, Tesla's new Model S boasts some impressive specs, offering users an estimated range of 390 miles, the ability to go from 0-60 (mph) in 1.99 seconds and a drive train that can deliver 1,020 horsepower.

AMD's delivering gaming on the go with Tesla's new Model S and Model X  
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01-06-2021, 22:30:18

NeverBackDown
Probably only good for single player games(unstable mobile connections). But don't play Civilization!

Tesla owner: let's play civ 5 because it would be cool!
1 hour in: ok just one more turn
50 turns later: alright it's getting late one more should do it
*Low battery warning* hours later: oh ok maybe this should be the last one then I'll charge up
20 turns later: battery dead
Tesla owner:... Oh sh**

Civilization strikes again

On a serious note, really makes you wonder if it's even worth using. Their 10tflop capable RDNA2 gpus would be pulling what over 200 watts? Not to mention the CPU too. Can't see this being useful outside of waiting for charging (even then slows down charging speeds).Quote
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