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AMD Ryzen V2000 Embedded Processors Launched: Up to 2x More Performance Per Watt

AMD has launched the next-gen lineup of its Embedded processors in the form of the V2000 chips. Based on the 7nm Zen 2 core architecture and an enhanced form of Vega graphics on the same node, AMD is promising up to 2x more performance per watt, compared to the existing Zen+ based embedded parts.

This increase comes in two forms: a ~15% increase in the IPC (+20 ST performance) and twice as many cores. The equation is pretty simplte. The higher density and efficiency of the 7nm process allow for a higher core count at roughly the same TDP, while the IPC and frequency gains improve the single-threaded performance.

ModelTDPCPU Cores / ThreadsCPU Base FreqCPU Boost Freq (single-threaded)Radeon Graphics CUsGraphics Max FreqL2 Cache
V274835-54W8 / 162.9 GHz4.25 GHz71.6 GHz4MB
V254635-54W6 / 123.0 GHz3.95 GHz61.5 GHz3MB
V271810-25W8 / 161.7 GHz4.15 GHz71.6 GHz4MB
V251610-25W6 / 122.1 GHz3.95 GHz61.5 GHz3MB

As per AMD’s own figures, compared to the Zen-based V1000 processors, the V2000 CPUs offer:

  • 30-percent better single-threaded performance
  • 100-percent better multi-threaded performance
  • 40-percent better graphics performance

At launch, only four parts will be available, all capable of running up to four displays, with support for DDR4-3200 ECC memory. The lower-end parts have an operating frequency as low as 1.7GHz and a TDP of 10-25W, while the higher-end offering top out at 3GHz with a TDP of 54W.

With the launch of the V2000 embedded processors, we can expect to see more NUC-competitors in the near future. AMD’s launch partners for these chips include ASRock, UDOO and SimplyNUC.

Areej

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