AMD Ryzen 9 6900H “Rembrandt” rumored to feature Zen3+ cores and 12 RDNA2 Compute Units

Published: May 8th 2021, 08:26 GMT   Comments

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AMD Rembrandt with Zen3+ and RDNA2

AMD Ryzen 6000 mobile series beginning to leak. 

ExecutableFix has confirmed on Twitter that mobile Rembrandt processors are to feature up to twelve graphics Compute Units (which equals 768 Stream Processors). The desktop variant is likely to feature the same silicon and the same maximum number of GPU cores. These alleged mobile specs could therefore be used by Ryzen 9 6900H(S/X) CPU which would succeed Cezanne models released in January.

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+.

More importantly, AMD Rembrandt would finally send Vega GPU architecture to retirement. This architecture has not been used by desktop graphics cards since Radeon VII (Vega 20), but mobile CPUs still rely on it to this day. By the time Rembrandt enters the market, we might already be seeing leaks on RDNA3 for desktop graphics cards though.

AMD Zen with Integrated Graphics
VideoCardz.comAMD RembrandtAMD CezanneAMD Renoir
NodeTSMC 6nmTSMC 7nmTSMC 7nm
Core ArchitectureZen3+Zen3Zen2
GPU ArchitectureRDNA2VegaVega
Max CPU CoresTBC8 cores / 16 threads8 cores / 16 threads
Max GPU Cores12 Compute Units8 Compute Units8 Compute Units
Max Mobile Turbo ClockTBC4.8 GHz4.4 GHz
PCIe Gen SupportPCIe Gen4PCIe Gen3PCIe Gen3

AMD Rembrandt has appeared in a leaked roadmap as Cezanne’s successor. It was also the first confirmation on 6nm architecture, PCIe Gen4 support as well DDR5 memory technology.

Source: ExecutableFix

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