AMD has this week announced the launch of its new Radeon Embedded E9000 Series GPU Models, offering performance Embedded GPUs with the E9560 delivering up to 11% more performance compared to the existing E9550. Thanks to the inclusion of 36 compute units, a TDP of 130 W or less and up to 5.7 theoretical TFLOPS of performance, says AMD. If you are searching for better power efficiency, the E9390 has a TDP of 75w or less with 28 compute units and provides up to 3.9 theoretical TFLOPS of performance.
The AMD Ryzen Embedded V1000 SoC brings CPU and GPU technology together in one package, providing the capability to run up to four 4K displays from one system. The AMD Ryzen Embedded R1000 SoC is a power efficient option while providing up to 4X better CPU and graphics performance per dollar than the competition.
“Beyond SoCs, AMD also offers embedded GPUs to enable stunning, immersive visual experiences while supporting efficient thermal design power (TDP) profiles. AMD delivers three discrete GPU classes to customers with the AMD Embedded Radeon ultra-high-performance embedded GPUs, the AMD Embedded Radeon high-performance embedded GPUs and the AMD Embedded Radeon power-efficient embedded GPUs. These three classes enable a wide range of performance and power consumption, but most importantly offer features that the embedded industry demands including planned longevity, enhanced support and support for embedded operating systems.”
The High Performance Embedded GPUs are ideally suited for:
– Portable Medical Imaging Devices
– Digital Signage
– Casino and Arcade Gaming