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FULL SPECS AMD RYZEN™ EMBEDDED V1000 SOC

Processor AMD Ryzen™ Embedded V1000 (V1605B - V1202B) series up to 3.6GHz in Boost mode
Core Core Up to Quad Core/Eight Thread
Memory 2x Slot SO-DIMM Dual-channel 64-bit DDR4 2400 MT/s with ECC support up to 32GB
Graphics Up to AMD Radeon™ Vega 8 Graphics (8 GPU CU)
Multimedia DirectX® 12 Technology, OpenCL, OpenGL, The Vulkan® API
H.265 Decode & (8-bit) Encode, VP9 Decode
Video Interfaces 2x HDMI 1.4 / 2.0a
2x DP Alternate Mode on USB Type-C
Mass Storage eMMC 5.0 High Speed Drive 32 GB soldered on board
SATA III 6Gbit/s standard connector
SSD SATA module's Slot M.2 Socket 2 Key B 2260 (featured also PCI-e x2)
NVMe modules Slot M.2 Socket 3 Key M 2280 (PCI-e x4 Gen 3 interface)
Networking Gigabit Ethernet Realtek RTL8111G
Slot M.2 Socket 1 Key E 2230 for optional WiFi/BT combo
USB 2x USB 3 Type-A
2x USB Type-C:
- USB 3.1
- DisplayPort Alternate Mode
- Dual Role Port (DRP) USB Power Delivery (USB-PD) 3.0
Audio HD Audio Codec Realtek ALC888S
Microphone + Headphone Combo Connector (TRRS)
Pre-amplified stereo Speaker Connectors (up to 3W)
Digital Optical audio S/PDIF and analog stereo output combo jack 3.5mm connector
Other Interfaces Front Panel Headers, IR receiver (RC5 compatible), Fan controller, RTC battery included
Embedded Controller I/O Pins 2x UART, 2x I2C, 1x SPI, 1x Keyboard Scan, 1x FAN Controller, 10x GPIO
Operating System Windows 10 64bit
Any Linux Distribution for x86_64bit
Board Dimensions 12cm x 12cm - 4.72” x 4.72” - Nano-ITX standard form factor

ATMEL® ATMEGA32U4 MICROCONTROLLER

Microcontroller Atmel® ATmega32U4 module
Other Interfaces SPI Flash JTAG connector
Arduino Pinout Easy to use with a custom 2 rows pinout
Expandable with I/O shield to have the standard Arduino Pinour R3
Digital I/O Pins up to 23x digital input/output (7 PWM)
Analog I/O Pins 12 (10 Bits of resolution)

Heads up! The communication between the AMD Ryzen™ Embedded V1000 SOC and the Microchip ATmega32U4 module comes through a USB interface, exactly like an Arduino™ Leonardo board connects to an external PC.

This page was last updated on Monday, July 1, 2019 at 1:35 AM.