COMPUTEX Taipei: DFI announces 2nd gen AMD Embedded R-Series APU based Mini-ITX

June 4, 2015 OpenSystems Media

Offering graphical performance claimed far superior to Intel’s competing Atom range, the R-Series CPU utilises an AMD Radeon HD9000 core, delivering 55 percent better 3D graphics performance than the first generation R-Series APU. Staying true to the ever popular Mini-ITX form factor, the BE170 series provides a staggering quad DisplayPort interfaces, each supporting 4K resolution and able to operate entirely independently. Expect to see the range heavily employed in graphically intensive applications such as gaming and digital signage.

Rory Dear, European Editor/Technical Contributor
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