AMD fans are going to love this week’s kit. The GHF51 is purportedly the smallest single-board computer to sport the Ryzen Embedded R1000 SoC, measuring in at 84 mm by 55 mm. That makes this little guy “Raspberry Pi-sized”, but unlike the Raspberry Pi the GHF51 is an industrial-grade prototyping platform.
The robustness of the DFI GHF51 begins with the processor, which is the aforementioned AMD Ryzen R1000 Embedded Series platform announced in the first half of 2019. 14 nm Ryzen R1000 series platforms integrate two AMD Zen CPU cores with up to four threads, alongside three of the company’s Vega GPUs in single-chip solutions that sport TDPs of 25 W all the way down to just 6 W.
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