AMD Ryzen Embedded V3000 series leaks showcases some good features and specifications
AMD Ryzen Embedded V3000 series has been leaked on the internet, and the leaks state that there are some significant updates over the previous series. The new embedded series has been codenamed V3000. This is the successor of the series V2000 which comes with Zen2 cores. Some several new specifications and features have been added to the system.
The first major upgrade is that the AMD Ryzen Embedded V3000 series will come with Zen3, a fabrication process of 6nm. Till now, we only know about the Rembrandt series of APUs, which are being rumored to feature on the Zen3+ core architecture and will also feature the 6nm node. It seems that AMD is working towards developing a mid-architecture change to 6nm for a few of the upcoming products of the series. We should also not forget that AMD is also working on the Ryzen desktop CPUs that are being based on the architecture specifically for the Zen3. There will be a new technology added to it, which is the V-Cache technology.
Fresh leaks have landed on the internet about the AMD Ryzen Embedded V3000 series.
The AMD Ryzen Embedded V3000 series comes with at least three SKUs in it. These SKUs range from 6 core and 12 thread configuration to 8 core and 16 thread configuration. This series will have in support two memory modules of the type DDR5-4800, each of them having two channels. There are two USB 4.0 ports, and support for ECC is also provided.
Coming to the GPU performance, this series was expected to come equipped with 12 Compute Units. The previous series was equipped with 8 Compute Units. We will see an upgrade on the PCI Express link. Earlier it was 3.0, but this time it will be upgraded to 4.0. We will find no changes being made in the number of lanes. There were 20 of them earlier, and it is going to be the same this time as well.
We are not yet sure when AMD is going to announce the AMD Ryzen Embedded V3000 series. But we have a feeling that this series will not launch till November 2021. The main reason is that the V2000 series was only launched around seven months back, so the company will let the series settle in the market in a better way before bringing in a totally upgraded new series.
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