AMD (NYSE: AMD) today announced availability of the new AMD Embedded G‑Series processor based on AMD Fusion technology, the world’s first and only Accelerated Processing Unit (APU) for embedded systems. The new G‑Series processor is the new low-power, x86 CPU based on the “Bobcat” core with DirectX® 11-capable GPU and parallel processing engine on a single piece of silicon.
AMD Embedded G‑Series APU Specifications
- 1 or 2 x86 “Bobcat” CPU cores with 1MB L2 cache, 64-bit Floating Point Unit
- Up to 1.6GHz
- 9W and 18W TDP
- Array of SIMD Engines
- DirectX® 11 capable graphics
- Industry-leading 3D and graphics processing
- 3rd Generation Unified Video Decoder
- Power management features, including C6 and power gating
- DDR3 800‑1066 memory with support for 64 bit channel and 2 DIMMs
- Ball Grid Array (BGA) package
- 890mm² physical footprint, including the AMD Fusion I/O Controller Hub
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