AMD CEO Lisa Su shows off 6nm Ryzen 6000 “Rembrandt” APU

Published: Jan 3rd 2022, 14:23 GMT   Comments

AMD releases official photo of Rembrandt APU

The first official picture of the upcoming Ryzen 6000 APU series has been published by AMD CEO Dr. Lisa Su.

This is actually the same silicon that we leaked over the weekend. The next-gen 6nm APU codenamed Rembrandt will be the core part of the Ryzen 6000 laptop lineup as well as the desktop APU series sometime in the future.

According to the most recent leaks, Rembrandt APU will feature up to 8 cores and 16 threads. Some Ryzen 6000HX SKUs will boost up to 5.0 GHz, which actually the first Ryzen product to achieve this.

AMD Rembrandt APU, Source: Lisa Su

The mobile Rembrandt APU will require a new FP7 socket forcing laptop makers will have to adjust their designs accordingly. Furthermore, the Zen3+ based APU is to supports PCIe Gen4 as well as DDR5 memory.

AMD Renoir, Cezanne and Rembrandt APU, Source: VideoCardz

Tomorrow at CES 2022 Product Premiere, Lisa Su will showcase the new APU series alongside updated Radeon RX 6000M GPUs for laptops.


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