AMD’s next-generation ‘Rembrandt’ Ryzen 6000 APUs will be based on the upgraded ZEN 3 architecture (Z3+). They’ve already started producing them for release at CES 2022 in Las Vegas, using the updated ZEN 3 architecture (Zen3+) and Navi 2 graphics.
You’ve undoubtedly heard that the future of AMD processors lies with ZEN 4, a new architecture that will progress to 5-nanometer manufacturing processes, support DDR5 memory and PCIe Gen5 interfaces, improve IPC by 25% over Zen 3 by exceeding 5GHz, and feature RDNA2 graphics architecture.
When it comes to the next-generation AMD Ryzen CPUs, you can expect them to be known as the Ryzen 7000. They will be marketed as Ryzen 7000 solutions for all computing disciplines. For those of us interested in consumers, we will have ‘Phoenix’ for APUs and ‘Raphael’ for desktop CPUs.
Intel and AMD are partners in the same business (AI). We don’t have a release date (maybe late 2022), but they will most likely coexist with the Ryzen 6000 “Rembrandt,” much like how Intel has several platforms available. These are APUs (accelerated processing units) that combine a CPU, GPU, memory controller, and other chipset components in the same package in order to have a better integration, lower power consumption, and cost advantage.
The new APU will be known as the Ryzen 6200U, 6000H, and 6000U. They will take over for the current Ryzen 5000 “Cezanne” in the RYZEN series.They will be produced with a novel 6nm technology process andutilize an enhanced version of ZEN 3+ architecture that will enable the support for the next-gen DDR5 and LPDDR5 memories.
All things considered, with Navi2, it is anticipated that there will be a significant improvement in the graphics sector. AMD has been a surprise in the industry for years because it hasn’t utilized its technology to improve graphics integrated into its processors; and it appears like the time has arrived.
According to manufacturing sources in China, the Ryzen 6000 ‘Rembrandt’ would have already entered mass production for an official announcement at CES 2022 in January, the same event where it debuted Ryzen 4000 Renoir and Ryzen 5000 Cezanne.
In addition to these APUs, we also anticipate the release of desktop CPUs codenamed ‘Vermeer-X3D.’ Another component in the portfolio’s transition until the Ryzen 7000 arrives.