Tesla automobiles continue to push the boundaries of what may be accessed within a vehicle, and Elon Musk, according to a tweet, is considering including the Steam service in those vehicles. Steam games being played in the luxury of your car is not a trend that was anticipated.
However, considering the specifications of Tesla’s Infotainment system, it appears that this may be in our future. The display, which has a 17-inch screen with a resolution of 22001300 and is powered by the Navi 23 GPU, can handle up to 10 TFLOPs of processing power.
Steam provides access to some of the most popular titles on the market, all from the comfort of your own home. The Stream Deck, which is operated by Valve, will be the service’s handheld. The device is designed to allow you to take your Steam library with you without spending over $1000 on a gaming laptop.
YouTube user Ingineerix created a disassembly video of the Tesla computer’s specifications, which delves into deeper depth regarding its features. One of its most notable features is that it is powered by a custom-built Ryzen APU, which is a quad-core 45W APU with 0.5MB L2 cache and 4MB L3 cache. The complete deconstruction may be seen below.
Tesla intends to include this technology into three vehicles in the next years: the Model X, the Model S, and the Cybermen, sorry, Cybertruck. The Cybertruck, the final of the three, is scheduled to join the market next year. If more information about the next project becomes available, we’ll keep you updated.