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Earlier this month, we reported that GPD was looking to launch a follow-up to Win 2 handheld gaming PC. Tentatively dubbed the Win 2 Max, the new device was rumored to be powered by an AMD Ryzen APU instead of the previous Intel Kaby Lake-based Core m3-Y730. Now we've seen evidence that seemingly confirms that the handheld device will feature a Ryzen APU -- more specially, it uses the Ryzen Embedded V1605B. Compared to the Core m3-Y730, we should expect a significant improvement in performance, especially on the graphics front. The V1605B sits closer to the lower-end of the Ryzen Embedded V1000 family and includes a quad-core, octa-core thread processor with a base clock of 2GHz and a boost... Read more...
AMD's Ryzen Embedded family of processors is growing again. The company already has its Ryzen Embedded V1000 APU family, but this week announced the debut of the new R1000 series. The processors have a number of potential usage cases including digital signage, thin clients and networking hardware. The Ryzen Embedded R1000 family consists of two SKUs: the R1505G and the R1606G. Both are dual-core APUs that are SMT-enabled, meaning that they are capable of executing four threads. The onboard Vega GPU each have 3 CUs and they can support up to 3 external 4K displays at 60 fps. The primary difference between the two are CPU and GPU clocks. The R1505G is the lesser of two with a base CPU clock of... Read more...