AMD introduces midrange embedded processor

The Ryzen Embedded 5000 series is a step down from the Epyc embedded chips and is meant for smaller devices.

Andy Patrizio

AMD ports its high-performance Zen 3 x86 CPU core architecture to its midrange embedded processor portfolio in the AMD Ryzen Embedded 5000 series. AMD has introduced a new embedded processor based on its Ryzen client chip technology, adding a lower level of performance than the more power-hungry and performance-intensive Epyc Embedded series of processors. Officially dubbed Ryzen Embedded 5000, the new family of four processors is based on the Vermeer generation of Zen 3 CPUs with six, eight, 12, and 16 cores. The CPUs come in the AM4 form factor Zen 3 used, offer 32MB or 64MB of L3 cache,

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