The specifications of the mobile Ryzen 9 6900HX on a 6nm process are missing

The leaks are full of Internet and now we have another one that concerns mobile APUs AMD Ryzen Rembrandt series. The obvious question is how accurate and plausible this leak is, but we will find out only when the mentioned processors are officially introduced. Still, it’s interesting to see what’s going on. Specifically, there was talk of a flagship Ryzen 9 6900HXwhich is supposed to bring 8 cores and 16 threads. The processor is to be built on the Zen 3+ architecture and there is talk of production using the 6nm process at TSMC (this is not the first time talked about).

We have 4 MB L2 cache and 16 MB L3 cache, but we should not count on a new 3D V-Cache for mobile chips. It is assumed that the maximum Boost frequency of 4.6 GHz will be maintained as with the Ryzen 9 5900HX, so a slight reduction in actual consumption can be expected (TDP will probably still remain at a configurable 35 to 54 W). The performance of the DDR5-4800 memory could shift the performance (compared to the current DDR4-3200) and, above all, the performance of the integrated graphics chip should increase. Instead of Radeon Vega 8, Radon 680M built on RDNA 2 architecture is to appear here.

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