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V10 Driving Visualisation slow on MCU1

Discussion in 'Model S' started by squarepeg77, Oct 18, 2019.

  1. squarepeg77

    squarepeg77 Member

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    Hi,
    Did a few hundred miles on the motorway for the first time since getting V10 and at times I noticed the driver visualisation appeared very sluggish.

    The lane lines were moving/updating at maybe only 4 or 5 frames per second, sometimes the cars were also updating infrequently, other times the seemed smoother. Once I noticed most of the cars disappeared for about 10 seconds even though I was on a busy stretch of road!

    Sometimes it seemed like the visualisation was running slowly for a while and then for no obvious reason it started to render smoothly again.

    Has anyone else noticed this?
     
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  2. whitex

    whitex Well-Known Member

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    It's v10 software, written in 2019 for MCU2. It still runs on 2011 made MCU1, but not fast.
     

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