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New APU Leaks from Rembrandt's AMD Ryzen 6000 Family

Recently, the virtual world was shocked by the emergence of leaks from new processors from AMD. The AMD Ryzen 6000 series, also known as Rembrandt, shows quite impressive performance and seems to be able to destroy their competitors, namely Intel and Nvidia.

This AMD Ryzen 6000 Rembrandt still uses the Zen 3+ core structure with RDNA 2 or Navi 2 graphics.

AMD 6 Ryzen Rembrandt Test Report

This leak was revealed by the Twitter account @Benchleaks which reveals that UserBenchmark has been testing. But now the documents have been permanently lost. The report states that the AMD Zen 3+ has base clock 3.1 GHz and can be increased up to 3.9 GHz. This latest APU will have a total of 8 cores and 16 threads. But this finding, of course, cannot be an absolute hold until it is officially announced by AMD.

UserBenchmark lists this latest CPU from AMD without a name, only code 100000000518-41_N OPN. According to rumors this will be the Ryzen 7 model later. In addition, there is also the possibility that AMD will issue a variant for Android mobile later.

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