The first data on the performance of future AMD APUs has appeared on the web. More precisely, one of the representatives of the Rembrandt line.
Recall that Rembrandt mobile APUs, according to available data, will receive Zen 3+ processor cores (if the data is just about Zen 3) and GPU Navi 2. Presumably, such processors will be released within the Ryzen 6000U and Ryzen 6000H lines and will be presented in early January …
According to the first leak, an unknown processor of this line is gaining about 2700 points in 3DMark Time Spy. And that’s impressive for the integrated graphics core. For comparison, the Ryzen 7 5800U scores around 1200-1300 points, and even the desktop Ryzen 7 5700G only boasts about 1700 points. That is, relative to its direct predecessor, the new AMD product will be more than twice as fast! By the way, this is already a result of the level of the overclocked GTX 1050 Ti.
At the same time, there are no details about the processor, that is, it may not even be a top APU. But even if this is the result of the maximum graphics core for Rembrandt, it is a very good result that takes the performance of APUs to a whole new level.