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    AMD Flute SoC with Zen 2 CPU and Navi 10 Lite GPU spotted

    Possible Xbox Project Scarlett SoC appeared in the UserBenchmark database briefly.
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    Re: AMD Flute SoC with Zen 2 CPU and Navi 10 Lite GPU spotted

    " it is uses "?????

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    Re: AMD Flute SoC with Zen 2 CPU and Navi 10 Lite GPU spotted

    If it has a Navi 10 lite, having a Rx 5700 might keep you in the gaming picture for a long time then.

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    Re: AMD Flute SoC with Zen 2 CPU and Navi 10 Lite GPU spotted

    I'd be interested in updating my NUC to a new one with this SOC.
    My Skull Canyon is a great little HTPC under the tv but lacks the gpu grunt to do any gaming other than lego games.

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    Re: AMD Flute SoC with Zen 2 CPU and Navi 10 Lite GPU spotted

    AS shane74 but I'd prefer Cheaper, (4c8T) or better GPU side .. possiibly user choice?? 10w cpu /40w GPU vs 25w CPU/ 25w GPU

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    Re: AMD Flute SoC with Zen 2 CPU and Navi 10 Lite GPU spotted

    Quote Originally Posted by persimmon View Post
    AS shane74 but I'd prefer Cheaper, (4c8T) or better GPU side .. possiibly user choice?? 10w cpu /40w GPU vs 25w CPU/ 25w GPU
    8 zen2 cores boosting to 3.2 GHz isn't going to matter much to the power budget, especially if it does have a navi 10 GPU.

    I wonder if it'll have a bog-standard zen2 chiplet in the same package as a GPU block that also provides IO? If Navi10 already has the IF communication stuff hiding somewhere on the die then you could make a "SoC" (SiP, for System in Package?) for a next-gen console entirely out of chips that are already shipping

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    Re: AMD Flute SoC with Zen 2 CPU and Navi 10 Lite GPU spotted

    Quote Originally Posted by Xlucine View Post
    8 zen2 cores boosting to 3.2 GHz isn't going to matter much to the power budget, especially if it does have a navi 10 GPU.
    Yup, you can really step back the voltage a whole heap at that frequency. Who knows what Navi10 lite means power wise, not a huge deal of voltage there either, I'd imagine.

    Quote Originally Posted by Xlucine View Post
    I wonder if it'll have a bog-standard zen2 chiplet in the same package as a GPU block that also provides IO? If Navi10 already has the IF communication stuff hiding somewhere on the die then you could make a "SoC" (SiP, for System in Package?) for a next-gen console entirely out of chips that are already shipping
    CPU will almost certainly be the same. I imagine the I/O die is different if this is a sample package for the consoles, it'll have to talk to GDDR6 memory, and dynamically share it between the CPU and GPU dies.
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