AMD Debuts New Low Power 6W G-Series APU
Ryan Martin / 3 years ago
AMD have just announced some brand new APU additions to their G-Series of SOCs. AMD’s new GX-210JA APU features a wattage of just 6W with an average power consumption of 3W. With such a low TDP AMD expects to be able to power a variety of fanless and passive systems for applications such as industrial controls and automation, digital gaming, communications infrastructure and visual embedded products including thin client, digital signage and medical imaging.
The AMD G-Series APUs, including the newly announced GX-210JA, are capable of supporting industrial ECC (Error Correction Code) memory and temperature ranges of -40 degrees to +85 degrees. They also come packed with two to four fully fledged CPU cores, discrete-class Radeon graphics and an integrated I/O controller.
AMD’s current G-Series APU line up contains the following:
- GX-420CA SOC with AMD Radeon HD 8400E Graphics, Quad-core, 25 W TDP, CPU freq. 2.0 GHz, GPU freq. 600 MHz
- GX-415GA SOC with AMD Radeon HD 8330E Graphics, Quad-core, 15 W TDP, CPU freq. 1.50 GHz, GPU freq. 500 MHz
- GX-217GA SOC with AMD Radeon HD 8280E Graphics, Dual-core, 15 W TDP, CPU freq. 1.65 GHz, GPU freq. 450 MHz
- GX-210HA SOC with AMD Radeon HD 8210E Graphics, Dual-core, 9 W TDP, CPU freq. 1.0 GHz, GPU freq. 300 MHz
- GX-416RA SOC, Quad-Core, 15 W, CPU Freq. 1.6 GHz, No GPU
- GX-210JA SOC with AMD Radeon HD 8180 Graphics, Dual-core, 6 W TDP, CPU freq. 1.0 GHz, GPU freq. 225 MHz
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