They are expected to be available for order at the end of March.
AMD has announced the expansion of the AMD Ryzen Embedded ecosystem with two new processors, more specifically, AMD Ryzen Embedded R1000 single-chip systems. Their advantages include low power consumption and heat dissipation. In the case of the R1305G model, the TDP value is configured within 8-10 W, while for the R1102G model it is 6 W.
The R1305G configuration includes a dual-core processor based on the Zen architecture, capable of executing up to four instruction streams simultaneously, and a Radeon Vega graphics processor with three CU units. The base frequency is 1.5 GHz, and with one active stream, the frequency increases to 2.8 GHz. The frequency of the GPU is 1.0 GHz.
The R1102G configuration includes a dual-core processor that does not support multi-threaded execution. Its base frequency is 1.2 GHz, and with one active stream, the frequency increases to 2.6 GHz. The R1102G GPU is identical to the one integrated into the R1305G.
According to AMD, Ryzen Embedded R1000 processors are three times faster than previous generation AMD R processors and four times faster than competitors’ products in terms of CPU and GPU per unit cost.
The R1305G and R1102G processors are expected to be available for order in late March. The areas of their application are called mini-ITX motherboards, mini-PCs, information boards and industrial PCs.