AMD Rembrandt-H to deliver 6nm Zen3+ and Navi 2 in 2022

Posted on Friday, May 21 2021 @ 17:45 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
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A new AMD notebook processor roadmap has surfaced. VideoCardz wraps up the highlights and points out that it's an older slide because according to Vegeta, who leaked the roadmap, the Van Gogh APU has been cancelled.

The slide confirms we'll see Rembrandt-H in 2022, this is a 45W TDP laptop chip with 6nm Zen3+ based cores and Navi2 based integrated graphics.
AMD Rembrandt-H will launch in 2022 on the new FP7 socket. The roadmap confirms it would utilize a 6nm fabrication process as well as the new Zen3+ core architecture. These 45W TDP processors are to support PCIe Gen4, LPDDR5, and DDR5 memory as well as USB4. A low power (15W) Rembrandt-U variant is also to be expected featuring identical specifications.
Also on the roadmap are Rembrandt-U and Barcelo-U. The latter seems to share specifications with Cezanne-U, while the Rembrandt-U is a 15W TDP version of Rembrandt-H. AMD is expected to introduce Rembrandt at CES 2022.

Leaked AMD laptop CPU roadmap

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