CES 2016: NVIDIA DRIVE PX 2 - A Self-Driving Car Supercomputer (part 9) | Summary and Q&A

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January 5, 2016
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CES 2016: NVIDIA DRIVE PX 2 - A Self-Driving Car Supercomputer (part 9)

TL;DR

The Nvidia Drive PX2 is a compact, liquid-cooled supercomputer with impressive processing power, designed for self-driving cars.

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Questions & Answers

Q: How does the performance of the Drive PX2 compare to the Titan X?

The Drive PX2 offers significantly higher performance than the Titan X, with eight teraflops of processing power and six times the deep learning throughput.

Q: What processors and GPUs are used in the Drive PX2?

The Drive PX2 features Next Generation Techo processors and Pascal-based Nvidia GPUs, ensuring superior performance and deep learning capabilities.

Q: Can the Drive PX2 be easily deployed in any car?

For cars with liquid cooling systems, the Drive PX2 can be directly plumbed in. For others, an optional heat transfer unit is available, allowing for easy integration into the vehicle.

Q: Which car company will be the first to deploy Drive PX2?

Volvo is the first company to partner with Nvidia and deploy several hundred cars with Drive PX2 to develop their self-driving capabilities.

Summary & Key Takeaways

  • The Drive PX2 is compared to the Titan X, highlighting its superior performance and deep learning capabilities.

  • It is equipped with Next Generation Techo processors and Pascal-based Nvidia GPUs, delivering eight teraflops of performance and six times the deep learning throughput of the Titan X.

  • The compact size and liquid cooling system make it suitable for deployment in cars, enabling self-driving capabilities.

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