DFI offers a new SBC that is only 1.8″ and sports a high-performance AMD Ryzen R2000 processor. The announcement was made in March 2023, that DFI was offering a single board computer (SBC) that runs on an AMD R2000 processor.
This 1.8″ SBC is powered by the highlight of the AMD embedded family, the Ryzen R2000 processor. The SNC is named the PCSF51 and features advanced graphics processing, along with computing capabilities that are housed in a miniature form factor.
This SBC is flexible and expandable with a plethora of features all with strong energy efficiency. The PCSF51 is tailored toward industrial applications, robotics, edge computing, and AI vision systems.
When compared side by side with the previous iteration offered by DFI, the GHF51 that housed a Ryzen R1000 processor the power in the PCSF51 is about double that of its predecessor. It has double the core count, scalability utilizing up to four CPU cores, as well as eight threads, and an almost 50% increase in power.
Graphics performance is boosted also, up to 15%, with up to eight graphics compute units. There is also an easy-to-use onboard power/reset and HDMI, and a thinner overall thermal module. The PCSF51 can support ultra-high-resolution displays, as well as 4K displays.
“By leveraging the latest AMD Ryzen Embedded R2000 Processor, we have achieved many advantages for the tiny yet powerful PCSF51,” said DFI President Alexander Su. “We have a positive outlook for future Industrial Pi innovations.”
To find out more about the DFI PCSF51 see the product page here.
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