AMD Rembrandt, Cezanne & Van Gogh APU’s CPU/GPU Architecture, Process Technology, Memory Type & TDP Ratings Leaked Online

Huge leaks came out of expreview website about upcoming AMD’s plans on next gen APUs details including Rembrandt, Cezanne & Van Gogh codenames. These leaks might clear up some air after many leaks didn’t give any accurate timeline on next gen APU’s release sequence.

Surprisingly, Cezanne APUs will still be using TSMC’s 7nm process technology powered by Zen 3 core architecture on CPU side. Unfortunately, integrated graphics processor will still get old Vega architecture built on 7nm process too. Sadly, RDNA 2 GPU marvel won’t be available in Cezanne. High chances on Cezanne’s low and standard voltage or TDP rating type of APUs will be expected to launch in the end of this year.

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Blessed new type of APU might be Rembrandt APU family with enormous latest tech updates packed in small chip. Finally, Vega architecture will be ditched out of Rembrandt and instead you will have RDNA 2 iGPU together with Zen 3+ CPU architecture built on TSMC’s 6nm process. Whopping USB 4.o, DDR5/LPDDR5 type of memory and amazing fast PCIe Gen4 with high bandwidth two new buses may empower Rembrandt.

Lastly, Van Gogh is rumored to be 9W TDP rated APU which is focused on Thin and Light Mobile devices like Ultrabooks and Convertible 2-In-1 laptops. Overall, Van Gogh is similarly based on PS5 and XBOX Series X custom APUs which means Zen 2 plus RDNA 2 architecture is going to be used to enlighten thin machines next year.

Please, take these leaks with a huge grain of salt since this presentation slides are coming from user uploaded material found in expreview database. Credit also goes to HXL via twitter for being quick to recognize such valuable piece of information.

Emile Ortega

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