Ryzen Embedded V1000 Mini PC Udoo Bolt Gaming Performance Is Pretty Impressive Looking At The Form Factor

Ryzen Embedded V1000 is an impressive chip and here we have the Udoo Bolt small form factor PC that has the Ryzen chip embedded into the board. The product is on Kickstarter and has gained a lot of attention. The campaign will end in July but we have already seen the official benchmarks and they seem very promising indeed.

The Smach Z handheld console is also powered by an embedded AMD chip and you can check out the details of the device here. Here we have some benchmarks of the Ryzen Embedded V1000 that will give you an idea of the kind of performance that you can expect. The benchmarks are included as follows:

We can see that the performance is better as compared to the previous version as well as other competing products on the market. There are gaming bechmarks as well which might not seem like much as compared to other PCs on the market but keeping in mind the size of the thing, it is pretty impressive. It might not be enough for gaming at 1080p but gaming at 720 is doable.

Udoo Bolt V3 Udoo Bolt V8
motherboard 12 × 12 cm
SoC AMD Ryzen Embedded V1202B
CPU: 2 cores / 4 threads, 2.3 – 3.2 GHz
GPU: Vega3, 192 shaders
TDP: 15 W
AMD Ryzen Embedded V1605B
CPU: 4 cores / 8 threads, 2.0 – 3.6 GHz
GPU: Vega8, 512 shaders
TDP: 15 W
R.A.M. 2 × SO-DIMM slot
max. 32 GB DDR4-2400 (optional in the kit)
Arduino controller AT Mega 32U4
Storage 32 GB eMMC
1 × M.2-2260 B-Key Slot
1 × M.2-2280 M-Key Slot
1 × SATA 3.0
cooling Radiator and fan
casing Metal (optional in the kit)
power adapter external, 19 V, 65 W (optional in the kit)


You can check out the layout of the Ryzen Embedded V1000 system below:

The board offers two SO-DIMM slots for up to 32 GB of DDR4 RAM, 2x HDMI 2.0, 2x USB Type C, 2x USB Type A, 2x Gigabit Ethernet and audio. You also get 3x M.2 slots for optional SSDs and an optional WLAN module. A 32 GB eMMC chip is soldered on. The storage can also be extended with a SATA connection.

For barebones Bolt V3 will cost you $249, a limited quantity is available for $229. The Bolt V8 is expected to costs $309. Memory, metal chassis, 19-volt power supply and wireless network (WLAN / Bluetooth) are optional extras which you can also configure, but you will need to pay extra. The full fledge model 32 GB RAM, wireless module, power supply, case and cables will costs you $699. The machine will be available starting December 2018.

If you are interested in getting one of these boards then you can pledge here.