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AMD Ryzen Embedded V3000 unveiled with Zen 3+ and 6nm

AMD Ryzen Embedded V3000 unveiled with Zen 3+ and 6nm

New information on the AMD Ryzen Embeded V3000, successor to the V2000 based on the Zen 2 architecture, has just been revealed.

AMD Ryzen V3000 : Zen 3+, RDNA2 and DDR5

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Here is some new information unveiled by leaker patrickschur_ (who has already shared a lot of content about upcoming AMD products), who comes back this time with the Zen 3(+) based Ryzen Embedded V3000, which are the embedded versions of the Rembrandt processors.

On the program: a range of up to 8 cores and 16 threads based on Zen 3(+) architecture engraved in 6nm, with as main novelty a change of I/O to allow the support of DDR5-4800. This range will take place on the new AMD sockets: FP7 (LPDDR5), FP7r2 (DDR5) and AM5 (DDR5).

On the graphics side, the Vega architecture is finally abandoned to make way for RDNA2, promising a big gain in performance and energy efficiency in perspective, with up to 3,072 TFLOPS for the Ryzen V3718 equipped with 12 CU and clocked at 2 GHz.

This suggests a performance close to a dedicated GPU such as a GTX 1650 max Q or even the GTX 1650 mobile, both with comparable raw performance, but on an older architecture.

For the rest, we are on the “classic” with 20 PCIE 4.0 lines, 8 of which can be used for an external graphics card, the support of 2 Ethernet 10G ports and 2 USB 4.0 ports. In terms of TDP, we are between 15 and 30W for the first two models V3516 and V3718 and 35 to 54W for the V3748.

CPU name Core / Threads Graphics IGPU frequencies Base frequencies Boost frequencies L3 cache TDP
V3748 8/16 RDNA2 8 CU 1.9GHz 3.1GHz 4.6GHz 16MB 35-54W
V3718 8/16 RDNA2 12 CU 2.0Ghz 2.6Ghz 4.6GHz 16MB 15-30W
V3516 6/12 RDNA2 8 CU 1.8Ghz 2.8Ghz 4.4GHz 16MB 15-30W

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