The integrated graphics of the APU Rembrandt will be Radeon 600. Zen 3+ bars will not increase

HELP Rembrandt will be together with the GPU Navi 24 the first 6nm product that AMD will introduce. However, the 6nm process is not a big change, it is the second attempt at 7nm production using EUV lithography and the cosmetic changes in operating characteristics correspond to this – a more significant change (than operating characteristics) is the reduction of the chip by up to 18%. So far, there is no indication that the processor cores Zen 3+ was something more than Music 3 on a 6nm process with some fine-tuned details. The clock frequency will probably not change significantly, the Ryzen 9 6900HX should boost at the same 4.6 GHz as the current Ryzen 9 5900HX. Initial performance results indicate a shift at the level of lower percentage units.

The center of gravity of the APU Rembrandt Thus, the graphics will be integrated, with an architectural shift of 1.5 generations that will mean more than a 50% increase in performance despite the cosmetic change in the production process. This may be one of the reasons why AMD decided to call this graphic the Radeon 600. Specifically, the Radeon 680M on the 45W mobile APU Ryzen 9 5900HX. That may not be the only reason. AMD used to call integrated graphics “Radeon” before. The change came with the deployment of integrated graphics generation Vega, when this designation replaced the usual “Radeon”. The whole situation can be viewed by flying with came it’s over and the nomenclature goes back to normal.

However, the graphics will not be the only significant change. The APU will receive support for PCIe 4.0, USB4 and both DDR5 and LPDDR5 memory.

However, the absence of a significant shift on the part of processor cores is also due to the simple fact that AMD in 2022 changes the philosophy somewhat. A new generation of Ryzens with cores will be released in the first half of the year Zen 4which, among other things, will bring integrated graphics in a minimalist display configuration. This will make it possible to use even large processors in notebooks, which will actually happen:

There will be laptops built on a 6nm APU Rembrandt focused on the performance of integrated graphics, but there are also laptops built on 5nm Zen 4 / Raphael focused on processor core performance. Rembrandt so he has no reason to target the performance ranks for which he is prepared Raphael with a somewhat heavy-duty processor core configuration.

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