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    The Driving car

    So fun stuff at the Nvidia GPU conference in the USA, California, San Jose. It was shown previously, that the Nvidia chips would be making smarter cars. Now Nvidia has announced there's going to be used to make self driving cars.

    So eventually there might be an ROG MARS 1080Ti car or something to that effect (Designs show two chips on a single board). Its entertaining to think about.

    However it leads me to my discussion question, given the complaints about gaming card manufacturers and their support, would It be too far to believe that Asus/Gigabyte/Zotac/Msi would go into the Car CPU market (or assisting it)?
    Last edited by Veovis; 04-06-2016 at 06:52 PM. Reason: typo

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