A Twitter user/leakster, Greymon55, claims that AMD’s updated Zen3 architecture (Zen3+) based on Ryzen 6000 “Rembrandt” APUs might be in mass production. The leakster also states that AMD’s plants in China will have six more products ready for launch in Q1 2022.
The rumor is that AMD Rembrandt silicon will launch as Ryzen 6000 series for mobile and desktop platforms. 6000U and 6000H series will replace the Ryzen 5000 codenamed Cezanne.
Previously, the AMD Rembrandt has been spotted in leaked roadmaps with Zen3 or Zen3+ microarchitecture. It will probably be the first product to support DDR5 memory, even before Raphael desktop high-end CPUs, which are expected by the end of 2022.
Rembrandt’s main highlight will be Navi2 integrated graphics which are also used in Steam Deck’s APU Van Gogh Rembrandt will have a higher GPU core count and eventually better performance since it will be a higher-power APU.
Rumored roadmaps for AMD are constantly being updated because AMD did not confirm its products past 2022. AMD has never mentioned the following in its official announcements: Rapahel, Phoenix, Granite Ride, or Strix Point
AMD might announce its Rembrandt at CES 2022, the same event where the company unveiled its Ryzen 4000 Renoir and Ryzen 5000 Cezanne series. The 5000 series debuted alongside NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 30 GPUs. In 2022, NVIDIA will probably refresh its mobile lineup with the GA103-based SUPER series. It looks like a good time to bring Rembrandt to the market.
AMD's packaging plants in mainland China will complete six new products in the first half of next year.
— Greymon55 (@greymon55) September 3, 2021