Tuesday, October 15th 2019

AMD Announces New Radeon Embedded E9000 Series GPU Models

The AMD Embedded business provides SoCs and discrete GPUs that enable casino gaming companies to create immersive and beautiful graphics for the latest in casino gaming platforms, which are adopting the same high-quality motion graphics and experiences seen in modern consumer gaming devices. AMD Embedded provides casino and gaming customers a breadth of solutions to drive virtually any gaming system. The AMD Ryzen Embedded V1000 SoC brings CPU and GPU technology together in one package, providing the capability to run up to four 4K displays from one system. The AMD Ryzen Embedded R1000 SoC is a power efficient option while providing up to 4X better CPU and graphics performance per dollar than the competition.

Beyond SoCs, AMD also offers embedded GPUs to enable stunning, immersive visual experiences while supporting efficient thermal design power (TDP) profiles. AMD delivers three discrete GPU classes to customers with the AMD Embedded Radeon ultra-high-performance embedded GPUs, the AMD Embedded Radeon high-performance embedded GPUs and the AMD Embedded Radeon power-efficient embedded GPUs. These three classes enable a wide range of performance and power consumption, but most importantly offer features that the embedded industry demands including planned longevity, enhanced support and support for embedded operating systems.
Continuing to provide our customers with more choice, high performance and better power efficiency, we are launching two new versions of the AMD Embedded Radeon GPUs, the E9560 and the E9390. These two new cards are in the PCIe form factor, use 8 GB of GDDR5 memory and support 4K high-speed video, 3D visualizations and other compute-intensive graphics applications seen in the casino and arcade gaming.

For customers that need the superior performance with an Embedded GPU, the E9560 delivers up to 11%[ii] more performance compared to the existing E9550. It does this with 36 compute units, a TDP of 130 W or less and up to 5.7 theoretical TFLOPS of performance.

For the customer that is looking for better power efficiency, the E9390 has a TDP of 75 W or less with 28 compute units and provides up to 3.9 theoretical TFLOPS of performance.

Beyond more choice, we've heard from our customers about an area of concern when it comes to graphics processors. The memory used by graphics cards, GDDR5, is being phased out across the industry for an updated standard, GDDR6. To help our customers manage this transition, the E9560 and E9390, as well as our existing "Polaris" architecture E-Series GPUs will have planned availability until 2022.

New Platforms Based on AMD Embedded Processors
Our ability to provide customers with high-performance CPUs and GPUs that can power the video and graphics demanded by modern gaming is evident in the companies bringing new systems to the market:

Casino Technology, a casino gaming company based in Europe, just announced its support for the AMD Ryzen Embedded V1000 SoC, bringing discrete-GPU caliber graphics and multimedia processing to their slot machine customers.

Quixant announced a new generation of gaming controllers, the QXi-7000 LITE, are using the AMD Ryzen Embedded R1000 SoC, enabling game design to be pushed to the limit.

Come by the AMD booth #3814 at the G2E Casino Gaming convention and you can see how AMD embedded solutions provide the eye-catching graphics and enable the rewarding experiences of next-gen gaming, from touch screens to 3D graphics and more. As well, the booth will have numerous solutions and systems from other casino and gaming companies using AMD embedded products including Advantech, Axiomtech, iBase Gaming, IGT, Scientific Games, Sapphire and TUL.
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14 Comments on AMD Announces New Radeon Embedded E9000 Series GPU Models

#1
CheapMeat
I'm just happy to see single slot cards. =)
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#2
kapone32
CheapMeat
I'm just happy to see single slot cards. =)
I wish we could go back to single slot cards for all GPUs
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#3
Chrispy_
CheapMeat
I'm just happy to see single slot cards. =)
If you want display outputs on the back, they're not single-slot any more ;)
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#5
Freebird
AMD has placed big "bets" on their 7nm designs. It was a gamble, but their doubling down with CPU & GPU designs on it are going to break the bank of someone...
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#6
AsRock
TPU addict
Cringe worthy fans, yeah i no thanks.
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#7
notb
Freebird
AMD has placed big "bets" on their 7nm designs. It was a gamble, but their doubling down with CPU & GPU designs on it are going to break the bank of someone...
This is based on Polaris and using old tech and node.
And it'll mostly replace earlier AMD products.
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#8
Tomorrow
The AMD Embedded business provides SoCs and discrete GPUs that enable casino gaming companies to create immersive and beautiful graphics for the latest in casino gaming platforms
So companies like EA? :D
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#9
1d10t
Tomorrow
So companies like EA? :D
LOL! It's quantum mechanics, not surprise computing :laugh:

I hope AMD could improve V1000, reduce TDP, added some I/O, put that on single board and made available outside OEM / ODM.
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#10
IceShroom
1d10t
LOL! It's quantum mechanics, not surprise computing :laugh:

I hope AMD could improve V1000, reduce TDP, added some I/O, put that on single board and made available outside OEM / ODM.
V1000 series is the Embedded version of Reven Ridge, so it is already available for general consumer.
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ZoneDymo
kapone32
I wish we could go back to single slot cards for all GPUs
you and me both, but before that can happen we will have to see some REAL innovation/improvement in the videocard space.
back to single slot would also mean back to much lower power consumption, can you imagine the next high end card running off a single 6-pin?
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kapone32
ZoneDymo
you and me both, but before that can happen we will have to see some REAL innovation/improvement in the videocard space.
back to single slot would also mean back to much lower power consumption, can you imagine the next high end card running off a single 6-pin?
Maybe at 5nm but unfortunately the trend of super large cards and zero fan policy are the focus of GPU manufacturers now. Polaris is probably the last generation of cards that could do that from AMD, the 5500 may be the same, I am sure that a 2060 would be fine as a single slot card as well. There is the belief within the community that Multi GPU is dead and not worth it. That same sentiment has (in my opinion) has given us the monstrosity that are new cards. I look at modern cards like Asus (but not just them) cards that have the RX5700 with the same heatsink they use for the 2080TI and Vega 64.
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Chrispy_
IceShroom
Single Slot with 4 Full size DP.
https://www.amd.com/en/products/professional-graphics/radeon-pro-wx-7100
Well, yes, but we're talking about e9000-series cards, right? The embedded cards have eDP output connecors on the PCB only.
If you want display outputs routed to the backplate you'll need to use a second slot for the connectors.

As for single-slot cards in general, almost all of them are workstation/server models. There's no need (and no real market) for single-slot consumer cards because it's damn-near impossible to buy a consumer PC or case that doesn't have at least two slots.
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kapone32
Chrispy_
If you want display outputs on the back, they're not single-slot any more ;)
There is only 1 modern GPU that I have that does not have all the outputs on 1 side of the card. Most 4 port cards would be fine in single slot for what you are referencing.
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