Loongson has released a processor utilizing its own architecture that includes integrated graphics
Chinese company Loongson released a single-chip system LS2K2000. Its peculiarity is the presence of an integrated graphics subsystem of Loongson’s own development.
This is the first such CPU in the Loongson catalog. Earlier all its solutions, including the very productive 3D5000, had no integrated graphics cores.
The LoongArch architecture, developed in-house, is the basis of the LS2K2000, as in all other Loongson CPUs. The LS2K2000 CPU is focused on use in embedded systems.
The LS2K2000 has two LA364 processor cores, 2 MB of shared second-level cache and operates at 1.5 GHz. In performance mode, this SoC consumes 9 W, and in a balanced figure is equal to 4 W.
The platform supports DDR4-2400 ECC, PCIe 3.0, SATA III, USB 3.0, HDMI+DVO, GNET and GMAC network interfaces, audio, SDIO and eMMC memory. In single-threaded mode in the SPEC2006INT test, the platform scores 13.5 and 14.9 fixed and floating point, respectively.
The LS2K2000, like other Loongson products, will not be distributed outside of China under the strictest ban.