AMD FS-FP5R 5×5 – Development board with triple DP++ ports runs on Ryzen R1000

AMD FS-FP5R 5×5 – Development board with triple DP++ ports runs on Ryzen R1000

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The new SAPPHIRE FS-FP5R 5”x 5” small form factor embedded motherboard is based on the latest AMD Ryzen™ Embedded R-Series Family APUs which features the industry leading Vega GPU graphics combined with the dual-core high-performance “Zen” CPU. Three 4K displays can be supported in addition to dual-channel DDR4-2400 memory, dual Ethernet controllers, and M.2 for WiFi and SSD expansion. The SAPPHIRE FS-FP5R is an ideal solution for small for factor, high resolution visual embedded applications like electronic gaming machines, medical imaging, interactive digital signage, thin clients, POS terminals and more.

Specifications listed for the AMD FS-FP5R 5×5 include:

  • Processor — AMD Ryzen Embedded R1000 (2x cores, 4x thread Zen cores plus 3x core Radeon Vega 3 graphics); choice of 2.4GHz/3.3GHz R1505G and 2.6GHz/3.5GHz R1606G; Fintek F81803 I/O chipset
  • Memory — Up to 32GB dual-channel up to DDR4-2400, including ECC
  • Storage:
    • SATA III port
    • M.2 M-Key 2280 with SATA III or PCIe x4
  • Networking — 2x GbE ports (Realtek RTL8111G)
  • Media I/O:
    • 3x DisplayPort++ ports
    • Audio line-out, mic-in (ALC262 HD 4-ch. Audio)
  • Other I/O:
    • USB 3.1 Type-C port
    • 3x USB 2.0 ports
    • RS232/422/485 header
    • GPIO, front panel I/O, SMBus
  • Expansion — M.2 E-Key 2230 slot (PCIe x 1) plus M.2 M-Key (see storage)
  • Other features — Watchdog; HW monitoring; TPM 2.0; intrusion alert
  • Power — 12-19V DC jack and header
  • Operating temperature — 0 to 50°C
  • Dimensions — 147.3 x 139.8mm

The AMD FS-FP5R 5×5 is available for purchase at an undisclosed price. You can submit a form via the Buy Now button to ask for a quote. More information may be found at Sapphire’s AMD FS-FP5R 5×5 product page.

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