AMD showcases the Ryzen 7000 series core display function

The AMD Ryzen 7000 series was equipped with RDNA 2 core graphics for the first time on non-G series processors. Although there are only 2CUs, it is enough to watch a video on a bright machine.

Today, AMD officially demonstrated the function of the nuclear display, which is relatively strong in video decoding and display output. The nuclear display supports H.264 and H.265 decoding and encoding, and also supports AV1 decoding, but does not support AV1 encoding.

In addition, the display supports HDMI 2.1, DisplayPort 2.0, and Type-C DP display output. It is worth noting that NVIDIA's latest RTX 40 series discrete graphics still do not support DP 2.0.

The IOD function shows that the I/O chips of the Ryzen 7000 series support the faster DDR5-5200 JEDEC memory specification (Intel Alder Lake defaults to 4800 MT/s). The IOD also supports up to 28 PCIe Gen5 lanes for next-generation GPU and storage solutions.

From the test results, the AMD Ryzen 7000 core display will be equipped with 2 computing units, a total of 128 stream processors, the core frequency is 400MHz, the GPU frequency is 2200MHz (possibly the peak frequency), and can provide 563GFLOPs Computing power, slightly better than the 500GFLOPs (rated) Nintendo Switch processor.

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