Rumored AMD Ryzen 7 6700G “Rembrandt” APU Dominates Nvidia’s GTX 1050 Ti In Time Spy Benchmarks, Sports With RDNA2 12 CU iGPU

AMD appears to be lightyears ahead of Intel in terms of integrated graphics processing unit (iGPU) performance. Latest powerful Ryzen 7 5700G “Cezanne” APU easily blazes through any iGPU competition enhanced with Vega 8 Compute Units and definitely beats GeForce GT 1030 GDDR5 version in latest games. Nevertheless, there is another APU beast coming out around next year to nail Nvidia’s budget gaming GPU segment, possibly Ryzen 7 6700G is currently forged in AMD labs.

According to exotic industry leaking enthusiast named HXL @9550pro via Twitter, AMD is preparing next world’s fastest APU and engineering sample has been tested on Time Spy synthetic benchmark. Amazingly, specifications are confirmed by 3DCenter in which 8 core 16 thread processor is enjoying side by side with RDNA2 12 CU iGPU.

Interestingly, @9550pro claims a whopping 2700 points for AMD “Rembrandt” APU’s Time Spy results which obliterates a mighty budget GTX 1050 Ti legend by 10-15%. Probably, DDR5 system memory shares wider bandwidth on higher speed towards frame buffer of that particular AMD APU.

Here is the interesting catch about this upcoming APU. It obviously mimics the Ryzen 7 5700G specs with exact core count and FP32 iGPU feature. Certainly, Rembrandt APUs will have Ryzen 6000 series code name for mobile/desktop versions and similarly, AMD may follow generational pattern as Ryzen 7 4700G was succeeded by 5700G. So from this branding pattern budget gaming APU lovers can deduce Ryzen 7 6700G revelation accurately.

Source: 3DCenter & @9550pro via Twitter