Nvidia teases Volta GPU in next-gen Xavier self-driving car computer | PCWorld

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Xavier delivers 20 TOPS (trillion operations per second) of computing power while consuming only 20 watts of power. It has seven billion transistors and is made using the 16-nm chip process. Those specs hint big gains in performance and power efficiency for the Volta GPU.“A single Xavier AI processor will be able to replace today’s Drive PX 2 configured with dual mobile SoCs and dual discrete GPUs—at a fraction of the power consumption,” Nvidia said.

Source: Nvidia teases Volta GPU in next-gen Xavier self-driving car computer | PCWorld

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