Magic Leap One Powered by Nvidia Tegra TX2, Available Summer

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... Powered by Nvidia Tegra TX2 ...
Heh, I called it.


Yeah, because lightfields require a lot more horsepower than Qualcomm is packing.


It's basically an upgraded version of what's used in the Nintendo Switch.

Their first SoC truly targeted at autonomous driving/robotics/etc. is Xavier, which is a deep learning beast, but not as much about traditional GPU performance.


I'm guessing it's the same silicon, but just with half the cores disabled for power and/or cost reasons.
 

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Yeah, it should be pretty easy to have a threshold number of posts an account has to reach, before which any post including a link is subject to moderation before going live. That should do the trick, as most of these spam posters have new accounts with only a couple posts.

And it shouldn't make much more work for mods, since most have to review and remove flagged posts, anyhow.

I suggest you take up the matter, here:

http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/forum-12.html
 
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