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AMD unveils new 7nm Ryzen V2000 processors

12 November 2020, Thursday By M. Konwar

AMD has introduced a new generation of embedded processors with increased energy efficiency and performance. The AMD Ryzen V2000 series is manufactured using a 7-nanometer process technology and is built on Zen 2 cores, and also comes with AMD Radeon graphics.

AMD Ryzen V2000 series

The AMD Ryzen V2000 Embedded Family is designed for form factors such as Thin Clients, MiniPC, and Edge. Equipped with eight processing cores and seven graphics compute units, one AMD Ryzen V2000 Series Embedded Processor delivers 2x multi-threaded performance per watt, up to 30% better single-threaded performance, and up to 40% better graphics performance over the previous generation.  

For customers and applications looking for high-performance displays, the Ryzen V2000 Series Embedded Processors can drive four independent 4K displays.  

ModelTDPNumber of cores/threadsBase frequencyOverclocking frequency of 1 core at 80° СNumber of computational graphics unitsGPU frequencyMax. number of used displaysL2 cacheDRAM ECC frequency
V274835-54 watts8/162.9 GHz4.25 GHz71.6 GHz44 MB3200
V254635-54 watts6/123.0 GHz3.95 GHz61.5 GHz43 MB3200
V271810-25 watts8/161.7 GHz4.15 GHz71.6 GHz44 MB3200
V251610-25 watts6/122.1 GHz3.95 GHz61.5 GHz43 MB3200

The AMD Embedded Ryzen V2000 Series not only offers improved performance and efficiency, but it also continues to provide advanced security features to help protect your system from unauthorized access to memory or critical software. Similar to the AMD Ryzen V1000 and R1000 series processors, the AMD Ryzen V2000 supports AMD Memory Guard, a suite of security features including Secure Boot and Secure Memory Encryption, which encrypts stored memory to prevent attackers from gaining access to data and help contain cold boot attacks. 

Many partners from AMD have already announced their support and immediate plans for the release of new devices on the V2000. 

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