AMD 2021 and 2022 mobile APU roadmap leaks - 6nm CPU cores and Navi iGPU

Posted on Monday, Dec 21 2020 @ 10:29 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
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Twitter user _rogame has more leaked information, this time he delivers the 2021 and 2022 roadmap for AMD's mobile APUs. There are five different lines, with TDP targets of 4.5W, 9W, 15W, and 45W.

2021 delivers first APU with Navi iGPU
The higher-end Cezanne-H (45W TDP) and Cezanne-U (15W TDP) are expected to be introduced within a couple of weeks at the digital-only CES 2021 event. Both models combine a 7nm Zen 3 based processor with Vega 7 based integrated graphics. Lucienne-U is another 15W TDP part but this model sticks with 7nm Zen 2 based processor cores.

Then things get a bit more complicated next year as VanGogh will combine 7nm Zen 2 processor cores with Navi2 integrated graphics. This 9W TDP part is expected to be the first APU with Navi integrated graphics. Next there's also the 4.5W TDP Pollock, this model uses 14nm Zen processor cores and Vega integrated graphics. Pollock will remain on the roadmap throughout 2021 and 2022.

More Navi iGPUs in 2022 -- and 6nm processor cores
In 2022 we'll see Navi integrated graphics in most of AMD's APUs. The 45W TDP segment will see the launch of Rembrandt-H, which packs 6nm Zen3+ cores in combination with Navi 2 graphics. Rembrandt-U uses the same configuration but has a TDP of 15W.

One step down the ladder we have the Barcelo-U, another 15W TDP part. Barcelo-U will stick with Zen 3 based processor cores made on a 7nm node and will also still use the old Vega 7 integrated graphics.

Lastly there's DragonCrest, this seems to be a refresh of some sorts of VanGogh.

Via: VideoCardz

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