AMD Ryzen 6000 Rembrandt: an 8-core APU spotted with DDR5

While waiting for the Zen 4 architecture engraved in 5 nm which will only arrive in the course of 2022, AMD will propose an intermediate evolution with Zen 3 + engraved in 6 nm and which one could quickly find in the form of APU Rembrandt representing part of the Ryzen family 6000.

One of these APUs has just been spotted in the UserBenchmark database with an 8-core CPU configuration / 16 threads and a graphics part RDNA 2 . According to these first data, it offers a base frequency of 3.1 GHz which goes to 3.9 GHz in Boost and uses a socket FP7 .

AMD Ryzen 6000 Rembrandt

The system has been tested with 16 Go of DDR5 RAM in compact SODIMM format, which suggests that we are rather dealing here with a Mini-PC, the benchmark also evoking a Xenomorph platform from Corsair .

Ryzen APUs 6000 Rembrandt should also remain on the PCIe Gen 4 interface support . They are expected early next year (possibly at CES 2022), with mass production believed to have already started.

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