AMD has expanded its embedded graphics lineup

While AMD is still struggling with its desktop graphics
marketshare, they’re still fighting the good fight against Nvidia and
Intel. AMD makes the GPUs for all three current generation game
consoles, and today they announced a new range of discrete graphics
for embedded systems. They range from power efficient, to high
performance, up to ultra-high performance, and they have Multi-Chip
Module (MCM), Mobile PCIe Module (MXM), and PCIe options.
ultra-high performance E8950MXM is built for 4K applications with
support for 4K decode, 4K encode, and up to six 4K displays. AMD says
that this one is “ideal for high-end casino and arcade gaming machines,
medical imaging devices and military/aerospace applications.” It’s got
32 Compute Units, with 3 TFLOPS peak single precision, and 8GB GDDR5
memory, while using below 95W thermal design power. It’s also a smaller
form factor than standard commercial GPUs, specifically designed for
systems with small space requirements.
The mid-range E8870MXM and
E8870PCIe options provide a balance of power and performance, with 12
Compute Units, 1.5 TFLOPS peak single precision, and 4GB GDDR5 memory.
They operate under 75W TDP, and also have six output capabilities.
E6465MCM, the E6465MXM, and the E6465PCIe are the power-efficient
options, operating at under 20W TDP. They have just the two Computer
Units, with 192 GFLOPS peak single precision,  2GB GDDR5 memory, and
have support for up to four display outputs.
These exact GPUs
won’t be showing up in your desktop or laptop, but it’ll be interesting
to see how the E8950MXM stacks up against AMD’s next high-end gaming
laptop GPUs.
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