AMD has been using iterations of its Vega graphics architecture for several APU generations now and that means an upgrade is long overdue. This could soon be happening in the form of the Ryzen 6000 series mobile APUs with the introduction of new integrated RDNA 2 graphics allegedly named "600M series", according to a report by fellow outlet Wccftech.
The site claims it has some information regarding AMD's next-gen Rembrandt APUs, specifically one of the top-end parts in the form of the Ryzen 9 6900HX, the purported successor to the current 5900HX.
The Ryzen 9 6900HX will reportedly feature eight enhanced Zen 3 cores (also called Zen 3+) and with Simultaneous Multi-threading (SMT), this will be 16 threads. But as noted above, the biggest change in these new APUs will be the upgrade from Vega to the newer RDNA 2 GPU cores and Wccftech says the integrated graphics processor (iGP) inside the 6900HX will be called the Radeon 680M.
Over on the CPU side, the Zen 3+ or enhanced Zen 3 is reportedly built on a 6nm TSMC process. Alongside a smaller node, Zen 3+ may also feature AMD's new 3D V-cache that could provide impressive gains, at least when gaming.
We will likely have details about all this soon during AMD's official CES 2022 keynote.