AMD Ryzen 6000 APUs launched into mass production

AMD unveiled Ryzen 4000 and Ryzen 5000 APUs at CES in January, and the tradition will continue next year

According to a source citing an informed insider, AMD has already launched the Ryzen 6000 hybrid processors into mass production. It's about APU - models for laptops with integrated Navi 2 graphics. These hybrid processors are codenamed Rembrand.

The Ryzen 6000H (45W TDP) and Ryzen 6000U (15W TDP) APUs will replace the mobile Ryzen 5000H and Ryzen 5000U Cezanne families. There will also be Ryzen 6000G desktop APUs, successors to the current (and very popular) Ryzen 5000G.

Rembrand has already appeared on several AMD roadmaps, thanks to which their key features have become known: the Zen3 + architecture (and Zen3 + is characteristic of both the U series and the H series, unlike the current Cezanne family, which has APUs with the Zen2 and Zen3 architecture ), GPU Navi2 instead of Vega 7, 6nm process technology and support for DDR5 memory.

The Ryzen 6000 APU will officially premiere at CES 2022 in early January. AMD unveiled the Ryzen 4000 and Ryzen 5000 at the previous two CES, so the tradition will repeat itself next year.

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