By After talking about a Full Self-Driving Computer (FSDC) for years, Tesla has finally made good its promise and unveiled the chipset during the electric carmaker’s Autonomy Day. Per the electric carmaker, the new chipset offers a performance that is 21 times better than its old hardware built by Nvidia. The chipset also boasts a neural network performance of 144 tera operations per second (TOPS). Nvidia’s Drive Xavier chip, on the other hand, has a neural network performance of 21 TOPS. The new chip houses 6 billion transistors with the capacity to process up to 2,300 frames per second.

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