Geekbench 5 has discovered an unknown entry level mobile Ryzen 6000
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Geekbench 5 has discovered an unknown entry-level mobile Ryzen 6000

In the Geekbench 5 synthetic test database written down Unknown AMD Rembrandt Quad-Core mobile processor (Ryzen 6000). Remember that this series of CPUs is manufactured according to the 6nm process technology that uses Zen 3+ architecture and also has integrated graphics based on the RDNA 2 architecture.Only models with eight cores and six cores become official featured in the Rembrandt series.

    Image source: AMD

Image source: AMD

A technical sample of a quad-core Rembrandt has an OPN marking of 100-000000552-40_Y. It supports eight virtual streams and operates in the frequency range from 2.90 to 4.14 GHz. It also shows that the processor has received 8MB of L3 cache and 2MB of L2 cache. As part of the integrated graphics core called GFX1035, there are 3 processing units with 192 stream processors and a frequency of 1600 MHz. Recall that AMD offers two graphics cores in the presented Rembrandt processors – Radeon 680M and Radeon 660M with 12 and 6 execution units.

    Image source: Geekbench

Image source: Geekbench

AMD recently released a quad-core mobile processor as part of the Barcelo series. The Ryzen 3 5425U operates in the 2.7 to 4.1 GHz frequency range and has six integrated Vega graphics units running at 1500 MHz.

The quad-core Rembrandt was tested on a HP mt845 mobile platform equipped with 16GB of DDR5 memory. According to the results of the first tests, the novelty turned out to be slower than the same Ryzen 3 5425U in single-thread and multi-thread performance.

    Image source: Wccftech

Image source: Wccftech

The performance of the chip’s three execution units of the integrated graphics was slightly lower than the performance of 11 Vega 11 graphics execution units in the OpenCL test.

    Image source: Wccftech

Image source: Wccftech

When AMD plans to release a quad-core mobile Rembrandt and if it plans to do so at all is not yet known.

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