AMD's CES 2022 event premiers in a few hours and company CEO Lisa Su herself has reminded everyone about it on Twitter with a picture (image above) of her holding what could be the upcoming Ryzen 6000 Rembrandt mobile APU. But while this image shows what a Rembrandt chip looks like from the outside, there was no information shared regarding the internal features as these would be talking points reserved for CES.
However, the CES Innovation Awards page has spilled the beans on Rembrandt as it has officially stated what some of the key features of the upcoming mobile APU are going to be. The page reads:
New AMD Ryzen™ 6000 Series processors are the first with integrated graphics performance fast enough for demanding game titles, thanks to new RDNA2 and DDR5 technologies, with exciting AI-audio processing and Microsoft Pluton processor features.
This confirms Rembrandt will indeed feature integrated graphics based on RDNA 2 and it is rumored that one of the top-end mobile variants of integrated RDNA 2 is called the Radeon 680M.
Another exciting aspect of Rembrandt is that the upcoming AMD mobile APUs will be the first microprocessors to feature a Microsoft Pluton security processor that was launched back in 2020. Back then, AMD had stated that "Future Ryzen Products" would be using Pluton and it looks like the feature will finally debut with Rembrandt.
The listing also confirms that Rembrandt is moving to DDR5 though it does seem like desktop RDNA 2 APUs won't be announced today as the Innovation Awards page only says "AMD Ryzen™ 6000 Series Mobile Processors".