AMD’s latest processors barely made it out of supply constraints this year, but that is not stopping the American chipmaker from preparing its next-generation batch. A new report from Twitter tipster Greymon55 shows that we may get to see the next-generation Ryzen 6000 processors sooner than expected.

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He claims that Ryzen 6000 APUs (Rembrandt) are already in mass production, meaning that they could arrive in the first half of 2022.

Rembrandt is AMD’s next-generation APU lineup based on the enhanced Zen3+ architecture with RDNA 2 GPUs. These chips have been built on TSMC’s 6nm process nodes and utilize both LPDDR5 and DDR5 capabilities. They will have a maximum core/thread count of 8/16 and will be included under AMD’s Ryzen 6000 series of processors.

As always, there will be different variants for these processors such as the Rembrandt H and Rembrandt U with TDPs of 35-45 watts and 15-25 watts respectively. The Rembrandt H will come with Navi2X (RDNA2) GPU architecture while the Rembrandt U will feature the Navi 2 GPU architecture. Both will be based on the 6nm process node.

This will be accompanied by the lower-end Barcelo-U processor based on the 7nm node, Zen3 technology, Vega 4th gen GPU architecture, and a TDP of 12-25 watts. The core/thread count will be the same as others at 8/16.

The H processors will target high-end notebooks, whereas the U processors will make their way to slightly lower-end notebooks. Other processors codenamed DragonCrest and Pollack will also launch alongside the Ryzen 6000 series.