AMD Rembrandt APUs to get 6nm Zen3+ and RDNA2

Posted on Monday, May 10 2021 @ 11:38 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
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Twitter leaker ExecutableFix has some fresh rumors about AMD's Rembrandt APUs. Rembrandt is believed to be the successor to the 7nm Cezanne APUs. According to ExecutableFix, Rembrandt is currently the only processor from AMD that uses the 6nm Zen3+ refresh.

High-end versions of AMD's next APUs like the AMD Ryzen 9 6900H will combine the Zen3+ cores with a maximum of 12 RDNA2 based integrated graphics CUs. This results in a total of up to 768 stream processors. At the moment, AMD's APUs still use integrated graphics based on the aging Vega architecture.
The same leaker previously confirmed that Rembrandt is the only codenamed listed with mysterious and yet unconfirmed Zen3+ architecture. To this day, there has been no such confirmation on Warhol, which is also rumored to feature Zen3+.
Rembrandt is expected to support DDR5 memory too. Presumably, Rembrandt-based APUs will launch in 2022.

Via: VideoCardz

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