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AMD Ryzen Embedded V3000: Dual 10 Gbit/s Ethernet Directly in the Processor

AMD Ryzen Embedded V3000: Dual 10 Gbit/s Ethernet Directly in the Processor

AMD renews its range of processors for embedded systems: five models of the Ryzen Embedded V3000 series replace the V2000 predecessors. Instead of Zen 2, there is Zen 3 technology, and AMD now integrates the logic for NBase-T Ethernet directly into the CPU: manufacturers can run twice as fast as 10 Gbit/s.

As usual, there are models with four to eight CPU cores, with configurable Thermal Design Power (TDP) ranging from 10 to 54 watts. Level 3 cache is 8 or 16 MB depending on the CPU. Two memory channels are based on DDR5-4800 RAM and there are also 20 PCI Express 4.0 lanes for additional controllers or expansion cards.

Unlike all other Ryzen Embedded Series However, the V3000 does not have an integrated graphics unit.. Therefore, a separate graphics chip is absolutely necessary for the operation of such systems. It can be a simple 2D GPU for displaying images, like Aspeed’s AST2600, or a full graphics card.

Integrated AMD Ryzen V3000

processor

cores / threads

basic clock

boost

L3 cache

Storage

TDP

V3C48

8 / 16

3.3GHz

3.8GHz

16MB

DDR5-4800

35-54w

V3C44

4 / 8

3.5GHz

3.8GHz

8MB

DDR5-4800

35-54w

V3C18I

8 / 16

1.9GHz

3.8GHz

16MB

DDR5-4800

10-25W

V3C16

6 / 12

2.0GHz

3.8GHz

16MB

DDR5-4800

10-25W

V3C14

4 / 8

2.3GHz

3.8GHz

8MB

DDR5-4800

10-25W

The data most likely speaks of a secondary use of the Rembrandt dies that AMD uses for the Ryzen 6000H and Ryzen 6000U mobile processors. With a GPU disable and low CPU clock rates, the company can sell the junk that isn’t fit for use in laptops. A chip designed specifically for embedded systems would be atypical for AMD.

Rembrandt combines eight CPU cores (called Zen 3+ in marketing, but no deep changes from Zen 3), DDR5 controller, and PCIe 4.0. Pre-processor leaks he also talked about dual 10 Gbit/s Ethernet, which would simply be turned off in laptop CPUs.


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