AMD’s APU codenamed Rembrandt was discovered for the first time

AMD will release the Zen 3+ architecture APU code-named Rembrandt early next year, with a total of six products in the first batch. One of Rembrandt’s major changes is that it will be equipped with a core of the RDNA 2 architecture to replace the long-used Vega architecture. It will also support PCIe Gen4 and DDR5 memory. It will be manufactured using a 6nm process and replaced with an FP7 socket. There are rumors that the APU code-named Rembrandt belongs to the Ryzen 6000 series, and the Ryzen 6000U and 6000H series will replace the current related products code-named Cezanne.

Recently, a processor with an OPN code of 100-000000518-41_N appeared in the UserBenchmark database, showing that it has a base frequency of 3.9 GHz and an acceleration frequency of 4.1 GHz. Since it is shown that this processor uses the FP7 socket, and the OPN code has not appeared elsewhere, it is basically determined to be the Zen 3+ architecture APU code-named Rembrandt.

Benchmark data shows that in the single-core, dual-core, and eight-core tests of the processor, the scores are 111/228 and 740, respectively, which are lower than Ryzen 7 5800H, which corresponds to project scores of 132/256 and 875, respectively.
In addition, the system also lists the ID of the RDNA 2 architecture core display (1CFA 0004), and the allocated video memory is 512MB. The test carried out on the Corsair product code-named Xenomorph uses Corsair’s DDR5-4800 memory, a total of 16GB. Since CORSAIR does not currently have a notebook product line, it may also be a mini PC.

AMD is likely to launch this product at the CES 2022 exhibition early next year, and it is rumored that it has been mass-produced.