AMD is readying to unveil its new CPUs and GPUs at CES 2022 during the evening of January 4. However, ahead of the event, the whole roster of new products including the new Ryzen 6000 series Rembrandt APUs, has leaked online.

All the information was found by VideoCardz, including the slides AMD will use during its CES presentation. Alongside the Ryzen 6000 Rembrandt, other products debuting at the event include Zen 4 and the Socked AM5 motherboard.

Let’s start with the Ryzen 6000 Rembrandt series, which is AMD’s new APU range. According to the CES Innovation Awards page – which also leaked info on the Rembrandt – the series boasts cutting edge processing technology:


“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.”

So, the Rembrandt will have integrated graphics built on RDNA 2, with reports suggesting his is the top end mobile variant of RDNA 2 known as the Radeon 680M. AMD’s new APUs will also be the first processors to have Microsoft’s Pluton security CPU on board.

Launched in 2020, Microsoft Pluton is a security subsystem secure boot environment accompaniment to Azure Sphere.

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Next up is the Ryzen 7 5800X3D, which will be announced today but launched during spring 2022. As the name suggests, this desktop CPU sports an integrated 3D V-cache. AMD has discussed this technology before, claiming it delivers 15% gains on average gaming performance.

At CES 2022, AMD will also discuss the new generation of the Socket AM5 alongside the 5nm Zen 4 architecture, both will debut later this year.

While this leaked information is interesting, we still recommend checking out AMD’s official announcements later today. The company will be going more in-depth on what is available this year.

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