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It appears to be the world's first 6nm desktop APU, and the leaked roadmap shows that the AMD Ryzen 6000 series will arrive in 2022. Although we're still waiting for the AMD Ryzen 4000 series to land, that doesn't mean we can't be excited. with future processor news, right?

The upcoming AMD Ryzen 6000 series, codenamed "Rembrandt," will be based on the new Zen 3+ architecture if the leaked slides turn out to be true. This will provide much more performance than any product released in the past. These 6000 series APUs will also be based on TSMC's new 6nm node, which is an optimized version of the N7 node.

This leak also indicates that AMD's Vega graphics will no longer be used in this generation. Instead, they will be replaced by RDNA, which will provide a higher level of performance per watt and include ray tracing support.

While this all sounds great, it brings some changes for consumers. AMD will ditch its AM4 socket when Rembrandt comes out on the updated AM5 platform. Don't worry, this is good. This new platform will bring new features, including DDR5, LPDDR5, USB 4.0 and PCIe 5.0.

We currently do not have a release date for these upcoming APUs, and we will not meet it soon. Of course, these Ryzen 6000 processors will appear after the Ryzen 5000 "Cezanne" processor, which is expected to land sometime in 2021. Does this mean we will see the next series in 2022? Only time will give the answer.

We expect AMD's Ryzen 4000 series processors to be available sometime this month, although this is good news. It will be interesting to study them in depth when they land.

What do you think of this leaked roadmap? Which series of processors are you most looking forward to? Let us know in the comments section below.

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