The floating rumors are finally true, the AMD Rembrandt is finally going to be launched with 6nm Zen3+ cores in 2022, according to an AMD Notebook product roadmap.
A leaked AMD roadmap has finally confirmed the floating rumors that have been going around for months surrounding the launch of AMD’s next chipset.
The roadmap has categorically divided the notebook silicon from AMD into four different sections – premium form factors, mobile workstation, premium ultra-thin and mainstream and valve.
Although the leaked roadmap looks legit, AMD or their partner haven’t verified any of the specifications that come along with the leak, and likely won’t.
Further information from the tech brand insinuates that the audience can expect the launch of Rembrandt H, Rembrandt U and Barcelo U to finally be next year. 2022 is also the year for the release of the Dragon Crest for Premium Form factors category.
Also, reports suggest that the characteristics and functions of Barcelo U will mimic that of Cezanne U, despite the few silicon changes that will be integrated into the former.
According to the roadmap, the Rembrandt H and U have been listed as Zen3+ architectures based off of the 6nm process. Further reports from the leak suggests that the H and U series will feature the 15 W and 45 W APUs like with the currently available Ryzen 5000 APUs.
The Rembrandt H and U will also be integrated with the Navi 2 GPUs, supporting the LPDDR4 memory options and USB 4 for seamless connectivity.
The roadmap also throws some light on the release of Dragon Crest, which is a 2022-bound series with similar specs like Van Gogh. Although AMD has cancelled the possible release of Van Gogh, a Twitter user drew comparisons between the similarities of the two.
So, at this point, there are chances that the leaked roadmap could be one from last year. However, there is no confirmation for the same as well.
However, wrapping things up, at this point we know that AMD Rembrandt, Dragon Crest, and Barcelo are all set to be released in 2022. Also, the launch of the same with these new APUs might be a year after the official launch of the Cezanne chipset, which was announced at CES on January, 2021.
Further reports about the launch or any kinds of official confirmation from AMD hasn’t been done yet. But, if the predictions are correct, there are chances that the AMD Rembrandt series will be announced by January, 2022 in the CES event again.