AMD's four new embedded processors, Ryzen 5950E, Ryzen 5900E, Ryzen 5800E and Ryzen 5600E, also offer ten Zen 3 CPU cores (“Vermeer”) for the first time and supplement them with it the previous embedded processors from the three well-known series V2000, V1000 and R1000, which still rely on the Zen and Zen 2 architecture.
Zen 3 is coming into the embedded area
The Taiwanese manufacturer Advantech, which specializes in embedded systems and industrial mainboards, among other things, has presented the AIMB-522 (PDF), a new microATX mainboard with X570 chipset and CPUs from the Ryzen 5000 Embedded series, which has the following properties
For more information, see the manufacturer's official product website.
Four models with up to twelve Zen 3 cores
While the V2000 series relies on Zen 2 APUs (“Renoir”), the embedded CPUs 5950E, 5900E, 5800E and 5600E use up to twelve Zen 3 cores. About two years after the presentation of the Ryzen Embedded V2000 product range, AMD Ryzen 5000 Embedded offers the following CPU models based on the Zen 3 architecture.
The new embedded processors were discovered once again by Twitter sleuth HXL alias @9550pro, who was the first to discover the product page and shared it via the short message service.
Ryzen 5900E 10C👀https://t.co/wsSnbyYLGI pic .twitter.com/Z1dTpZwX4w
— HXL (@9550pro) August 6, 2022