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AMD's Rembrandt APU leaked ahead of official CES announcement

By Kenny Yeo - on 3 Jan 2022, 10:05am

AMD's Rembrandt APU leaked ahead of official CES announcement

That's AMD's new processor on the right. (Image source: VideoCardz)

VideoCardz has reportedly received photos of a motherboard featuring AMD's upcoming Rembrandt APU, which the company is expected to unveil at CES 2022 later this week.

The motherboard comes from Alienware's m17 R5 notebook which will likely feature the high-end Ryzen 9 6890HX processor.

Using these photos, VideoCardz was able to estimate the die size of the Rembrandt chip. They measured it at 206mm2, which corroborates with earlier estimations of 208mm2. This makes Rembrandt around 14% larger than Cezanne.

(Image source: ExecutableFix)

A published block diagram by ExecutableFix also shows what we can expect. Rembrandt will likely have up to 8 cores and 16 threads and support for DDR5 and PCIe Gen 4. The RDNA2-based integrated GPU will reportedly have up to six workgroup processors which mean 768 stream processors/12 compute engines.

Other improvements include two USB4 ports, an audio co-processor, and possibly new multimedia engines.

AMD's CES 2022 keynote is happening on 4 January 2022, 10am ET. That translates to 4 January 2022, 11pm Singapore Time.

You can watch it here on AMD's CES page.

Source: VideoCardz, ExecutableFix

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