AMD Rembrandt APUs to Succeed Cezanne in 2022: Zen 3, 6nm, Navi 2x and LPDDR5

Another part of AMD’s roadmap has been leaked, this time showing what the company has in store for the mobile and APU market in the coming years. We know that the existing Renoir APUs will be succeeded by Cezanne and Lucienne next year. Both will leverage the 7nm Zen 3 cores and a further enhanced version of the Vega iGPU, in tandem with DDR4 and LPDDR4x memory.


The newer data comes in the form of Rembrandt which will also be based on the Zen 3 cores, but like Van Gogh upgrade the GPU to Navi 2x, along with support for both DDR5 and LPDDR5 memory. Furthermore, instead of the 7nm node, the new APU lineup will be based on TSMC’s 6nm node.

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For reference, TSMC’s 6nm process. will be a more refined version of its tried and tested 7nm node. Unlike the latter, it’ll leverage EUV technology and is expected to be 20% denser.


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