6nm, DDR5 memory and 2 USB4 ports. AMD Ryzen 6000 Hybrid Processors are already impressive

6nm, DDR5 memory and 2 USB4 ports. AMD Ryzen 6000 Hybrid Processors are already impressive

The first tests and features of the Ryzen 7 5700U processor, which recently leaked on the Web, are already impressive. Meanwhile, it is one of the first representatives of the AMD Cezanne hybrid processor family. APUs of this line though will receive CPU on architecture Zen 3, and also a number of less essential improvements, but, probably, on this innovations and will come to an end.

But going to them to replace the Ryzen 6000 (Rebrandt) will be much more interesting. The source already has details at its disposal.

First of all, it should be noted that the graphics Ryzen 6000 will be much better: if Cezanne get Vega GPUs, which are inherited from the current Renoir APU, in Rebrandt will be used GPU Navi2. Another feature is that the technical process will be thinner: 6 nm instead of 7 nm at Cezanne/Renoir.

6nm, DDR5 memory and 2 USB4 ports. AMD Ryzen 6000 Hybrid Processors are already impressive

The processor cores on Zen 3 architecture will be preserved, but firstly, PCIe 4.0 (20 lines) support will appear, and secondly, the RAM controller will support DDR5-5200 MHz and LPDDR5-6400 MHz modules. There will also be a component called CVML (Computer Vision & Machine Learning) and finally, support for two USB4 ports at 40 Gbps.

In general, the Ryzen 6000 (Rebrandt), compared to its predecessors, will improve almost every component. The release of these APUs is expected in about a year – by the end of 2021.


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