Lisa Su the president and CEO of AMD released an image this morning on Twitter. Showcasing a die lot which appears to be the new 6nm Ryzen 6000 (Rembrandt) mobile APUs. We are currently just a day away from AMD product premier at CES 2022. We are now expecting Su to be delivering more news about this product tomorrow.

Lisa Su tweet was wishing everyone a happy New Year and wants to start off the year with some new Tech. Tomorrow Janurary 4th at 7 am PT will be AMD 2022 Product Premiere. to view the premier follow this. As mention above we are expecting Su to release information in regards to the new Rembrandt 6nm APU. The picture of here holding a die lot is our greating indication.

Just 3 days ago rumors specs where released. Giving us an insight into what this might hold. The new Ryzen 6000 is rumored to carry eight Zen 3 cores and 16MB of L3 cache. With the Zen 3 refresh and the 6nm process should see some improvement. Even thou

We are expecting the graphics department to be getting the biggest overhaul. AMD should be swapping from its Vega integrated graphics to the new RDNA2 Architecture. The RDNA2 will have more 50% cores compared to Vega and up to 768 steam processors.

It is also worth noting that this APU is rumored to be support DDR5 memory and LPDDR5. There will be improved connectivity with up to 20 PCIe 4.0 Lans and USB 4 40 GBPs

Of course with all of the for the time being is just rumored so we will have to wait until tomorrow to find out what is in store for the AMD risen 6000 series.

By drewsly

For as long as I can remember, I had always had an interest in computers and games. It all started with the SNES and moving on to the Playstation 1. Eventually this passion evolved into PC gaming. With playing my first competitive game being Battlefield 2142 and then moving into COD4 Promod. I have always been a keen PC builder and enthusiast but couldn’t afford to go after this passion until later in life.

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