Although the existence of Zen3+ is still a mystery, judging from the news, AMD seems to be still doing product deployment.
The credible ExecutiveFix recently revealed that the AMD Rembrandt family uses a 6nm process, the CPU architecture is Zen3+, the GPU architecture is RDNA2, and up to 12 sets of CUs (768 stream processors) can be selected, and the interface is AM5.
Rembrandt corresponds to AMD Ryzen 6000 series APU, covering mobile and desktop platforms, etc., as the replacement model of Cezanne Ryzen 5000 series APU released in January this year. Previous news stated that Rembrandt will also support LPDDR5/DDR5 memory, which is still PCIe 4.0.
In terms of manufacturing process, 6nm is an improved version of TSMC’s 7nm, with a small increase in energy efficiency and transistor density. For Zen3+, it is also an improved version of Zen3, with an expected increase in IPC within 10%.
Due to the uncertain factors of Zen3+, AMD’s next-generation CPU, APU and other product layouts are currently a bit chaotic. I hope that over time, it can be further improved.
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