Ruijie Networks recently announced the launch of the new Xinchuang PC "RG-CT7800", which is equipped with a China-made x86 architecture-based Zhaoxin processor. It is the first Mini PC based on the Zhaoxin platform.
This Mini PC is only 2.4 liters in size, less than a quarter of a traditional standard PC case. It is equipped with a Zhaoxin Kaixian KX-U6780A processor, 8GB DDR4 memory, and 256GB SSD solid state drive.
The processor is manufactured in a 16nm CMOS process and integrates eight x86 CPU cores at a maximum frequency of 2.7GHz.
It uses superscalar, multi-launch, out-of-order execution architecture design, compatible with the latest SSE4.2/AVX x86 instruction set, SM3/SM4 accelerated instructions, supports 64-bit systems, CPU hardware virtualization technology, and supports SM3/SM4 encryption algorithms.
At the same time, this SoC single chip also integrates dual-channel DDR4 memory controller, DX11 3D graphics acceleration engine, high-definition streaming media decoder, and PCIe 3.0, SATA 3.2, USB 3.1 and other universal peripheral interfaces.
According to Ruijie, the performance of this processor is comparable to Intel's seventh-generation Core i5, and it easily supports the performance requirements of 4K HD video smooth playback, office and graphic design software.
Considering that the IT architecture of domestic governments and related large enterprises is based on the original platform design, Ruijie RG-CT7800 has implemented stricter standards than GM in all aspects of product pre-research, design development, and factory inspection. Eco-vendor cooperation and adaptation are closer.
At present, the device can be matched with the Unity Operating System (UOS), Galaxy Kirin and other operating systems, and complete software and hardware adaptation with streaming software and layout software such as Kingsoft WPS, Yongzhong Office, and Digital OFD.
It is also compatible with a large number of printers and scanners, which can fully meet the needs of desktop office in various industries such as party and government agencies, financial securities, CUHK, and medical education.
Because it is not for the terminal retail market, the specific price is not disclosed.