AMD have presently announced few brand new APU additions to their G-Series of SOCs. Its AMD’s new GX-210JA APU, which offers a voltage of just 6W while giving an average power consumption of 3W. With such a low TDP, AMD anticipates to be able to provide power to a variety of fanless and passive systems for applications which include industrial controls and automation, digital gaming, communications infrastructure and visual implanted products constituting of thin client, digital signage and medical imaging.
These AMD G-Series APUs, which includes the recently publicized GX-210JA, are actually competent enough to support industrial ECC (Error Correction Code) memory and temperature ranges of -40 degrees to +85 degrees. They also enclose with them two to four full fledge 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