Updated June 20, 2019 17:43:33 Asus is taking a fresh look at its APUs and the company has released a series of new slides revealing its new APU family, including the RZ3570.
The company has launched a series on its upcoming APUs, and the latest slide shows the introduction of its first two chips, the RTS3570 and RTS2770, alongside the RX2570 and RX2550, and some of its latest Atom chips.
There are two versions of the RT3570, the entry-level RTS2870 and the high-end RTS3070, and each version comes with an integrated Intel Atom X5 processor, a SATA 6Gb/s port, a HDMI port, and two USB 3.0 ports.
It’s also got two more ports, one for audio and one for video.
Intel’s Atom family of chips are designed to meet the needs of professional and consumer markets, and are designed for the needs and requirements of server and cloud-computing users.
Asus says the Atom family is based on the Intel Core i7-8700K processor.
Atoms like the R7 series are designed with a focus on a large amount of performance and low power consumption, and can be powered by Intel’s Skylake architecture.
A high-bandwidth DDR4 memory interface, SATA 6Gbps, and an integrated graphics processor are among the features that are designed into the new Atom chips, as are the ability to run Windows and Linux.
There’s a new version of the Asus APU, the Asus RTS3250, coming later this year.