AMD Zen 3+ APU architecture codenamed Rembrandt has been mass-produced

A few months ago, there were rumors about the APU code-named Rembrandt. This APU based on the Zen 3+ architecture will replace the current Cezanne in the future. One of the major changes in Rembrandt is that the RDNA 2 architecture will be configured to replace the Vega architecture that has been used for a long time. At the same time, PCIe Gen4 and DDR5 memory will be supported. It will be manufactured using a 6nm process and replaced with an FP7 socket.

According to Twitter user @greymon55, AMD’s Zen 3+ architecture APU codenamed Rembrandt has been mass-produced. “AMD’s packaging plants in mainland China will complete six new products in the first half of next year.” It is rumored that the APU code-named Rembrandt belongs to the Ryzen 6000 series, and corresponding products will be launched on mobile and desktop platforms respectively. The Ryzen 6000U and 6000H series will replace the current related products code-named Cezanne.

AMD Ryzen 5000G APU

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The APU code-named Rembrandt is likely to be AMD’s first product to support DDR5 memory, even earlier than the high-end desktop processor code-named Raphael, which is expected to be launched at the end of next year.

It is said that the APU codenamed Rembrandt is likely to be announced at CES in 2022. In the past few years, CES has been the place where AMD released mobile processors. Nvidia is likely to also announce the GeForce RTX 30 SUPER series at CES 2022, as well as the new GA103 GPU. It seems that it is reasonable to work with AMD to create a new mobile gaming platform.

Since AMD has canceled the Zen 3+ architecture CPU code-named Warhol, perhaps the Ryzen 6000 series is the same as the Ryzen 4000 series, only APU.