A new leak of information around the upcoming Ryzen Embedded V3000 APUs reveals the direction in which the chips will move. There will be an RDNA2 architecture for the GPU and a 6nm manufacturing process in the case of the CPU itself.
The architecture of AMD Ryzen Embedded V2000 processors, which was introduced half a year ago current to desktop counterparts, is slightly losing ground. For example, it uses the older Zen 2 architecture and GPU with Vega architecture. Meanwhile, on the market we can meet not only Zen 3, but also RDNA 2 architecture. We will see both within the AMD Ryzen Embedded V3000.
These APUs will mainly offer Zen 3 architecture with a 6nm manufacturing process. Until Zen 3+ probably offers a V-Cache as well.
As for the processor part, it will be chips with six cores and twelve threads. More powerful variants offer 8 cores and 12 threads. The big change is the support of two DDR5 RAM modules with a frequency of 4,800 Mhz. AMD will also add support for the ECC standard. The fast USB 4.0 interface was not forgotten either.
The graphics chip will consist of 12 computing units. The previous generation had 8 cores. Communication via the PCIe interface is accelerated thanks to the support of the 4th generation. The number of lines remains at twenty. Videocardz.com also attaches a table of expected chip rates.
The new chips are likely to arrive at the end of the year, due to the relatively recent introduction of the last generation.
Source: PCTuning – Všechen obsah by pctuning.cz.
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