Recently, AMD's upcoming ‘Rembrandt' 6000 series APUs were expected to ship with Zen 3 CPU cores. As it turns out, this particular line of APUs may go a step further and jump straight to Zen 3+ cores instead.
According to ‘ExecutableFix‘, AMD's next-gen APUs will combine Zen 3+ CPU cores with AMD's RDNA 2 graphics architecture. For the integrated GPU, we can reportedly expect 12 Compute Units, which works out to 768 Stream Processors, which should be capable for 1080p gaming.
Other specifications of the Ryzen ‘Rembrandt' 6000 mobile APUs include support for LPDDR5 and DDR5 memory, PCIe 4.0, and CVML (Computer Vision and Machine Learning?). According to the majority of the rumours about the Ryzen 6000 mobile series, Rembrandt APUs should be based on TSMC's 6nm process node.
The Rembrandt APUs are set to succeed the recently released Cezanne APUs in 2022. Discuss on our Facebook page, HERE.
Be sure to check out the recent Leo and Luke Tech Talk where new AMD APUs was a hot topic of conversation.
KitGuru says: If the Ryzen ‘Rembrandt' APUs are released with RDNA 2 graphics, it should mark the end of Vega, which is still used in AMD's APUs today. Would you like to see new APUs finally make the jump to RDNA graphics architecture?