ASUS is preparing for performance greatness in 2022 competition against Apple MacBook lineup and other prominent laptop manufacturers. This year, midrange ASUS laptop models with the name Vivobook Pro variants are making huge waves alongside their top tier luxurious Zenbook.
Interestingly, BAPCo benchmark website accidentally revealed upcoming ASUS Vivobook 14 Pro M3402RA model sporting with a whopping AMD Ryzen Rembrandt 6000 series APU specs.
Amazingly, this slim body model laptop rocks on upcoming AMD’s Zen 3 based Rembrandt mobile APU, most probably it’s Ryzen 7 6700U because it comes with 8 Core 16 Thread configuration just similar to Ryzen 7 5700U predecessor. So far, first hardworking Twitter user who spotted this leak was @Benchleaks. Blazing fast DDR5 or LPDDR5 onboard 4800MHz speed RAM module also appears to be powering as a VRAM and System RAM.
Most spicy part of Rembrandt APUs is second generation Navi integrated graphics chip powered by RDNA2 architecture. AMD integrated graphics are much reliant on dual channel system memory on highest possible speed, the more amount of fast memory the more fps you can squeeze due to wider bandwidth and speed for Infinity Fabric.
Carefully, from this leaks every laptop enthusiast might prepare their money to purchase and test every aspect of ASUS Vivobook with only integrated Navi graphics. How far gaming immersion this APU can push from your expectations?