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NVIDIA and Futuremark inside Audi 2010 cars

Posted on Thursday, November 19 2009 @ 03:10:13 CET by

Bright Side of News reports the majority of Audi's 2010 models will use the Futuremark MMI 3G interface to provide climate control, radio, multimedia player, games, advanced 3D GPS navigation, telemetry data, speed and other measurements.
With the new system available of majority of 2010 models, Audi is using a combination between Tegra SoC and "rugged automotive-grade GeForce" processor. Back at NVISION, we were explained that "rugged automotive-grade" processor is actually a special version GeForce 9600 capable of withstanding a lot of shocks - the chip is integrated onto the motherboard and capable of surviving all the stress and shock tests made by automotive manufacturers. For Tegra, it's a given that it will pass due to packaging, but we had some doubts about survivability of FC-BGA [Flip-Chip Ball Grid Array] packaged chips given the comments by our sources at Mercedes Benz.



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