Samsung Started Building Chips For Tesla’s Next-Gen Self-Driving Computer(HW4.0 to debut in Cybertruck)

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Good catch. I read part that as well and was thinking the same thing. 105 degree F just didn't sound correct.

Automotive Grade microchips temp range would be -40 to 105 degrees Celsius not Fahrenheit.
I agree with the high end. 105ºC sounds more right. But then the low end is off. -40ºC seems awfully cold. -40ºF seems more right.

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I agree with the high end. 105ºC sounds more right. But then the low end is off. -40ºC seems awfully cold. -40ºF seems more right.

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If I remember correctly I think deg C and deg F are the same at -40. When I worked in a cal lab we would acceptance test electronic instruments from -40 to 110f.
 

 
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