AMD is all set to launch its Ryzen 6000 mobile CPUs in the coming days. Codenamed Rembrandt, these APUs will feature Zen 3 CPU cores along with an RDNA 2 integrated graphics processor. The former will consist of the same eight cores (sixteen threads) as Cezanne, but the latter will be significantly needed up. The RDNA 2 iGPU on Rembrandt will pack 12 Compute Units or 6 WGPs. Combine that with the architectural and process refinements of the 6nm node, and you can expect a performance boost of over 2x over Vega 8.
|Cores / Threads||Base Clock||Boost Clock||L3 Cache||Graphics||TDP|
|Ryzen 9 6980HX||8 / 16||TBD||5.00 GHz||16 MB||Radeon 680M||45W+|
|Ryzen 9 6900HX||8 / 16||TBD||4.90 GHz||16 MB||Radeon 680M||45W+|
|Ryzen 7 6800H||8 / 16||TBD||4.70 GHz||16 MB||TBD||35-45W|
As for the CPUs, the Ryzen 9 69080HX will be the top-end SKU with a boost clock of 5GHz, making it the first Zen-based design to achieve the feat. Below that, we’ve got the Ryzen 9 6900HX, and the 6800H. These will feature boost clocks of 4.90GHz, and 4.70GHz, respectively. All three chips are octa-core parts with SMT with a TDP of up to 45W.
Rembrandt will also be the first mobile processor lineup to leverage DDR5 and LPDDR5 memory, massively boosting the memory and graphics bandwidth, thereby allowing dGPU-class experiences on a mobile form factor. Overall, there will be a total of 24 models, including the 28W Ryzen 6000H and the 28W Ryzen 6000U family. You can see the block diagram of the Rembrandt die below, courtesy of ExecuFix.