AMD Ryzen 6000 RDNA 2 iGPU Smashes Iris Xe DG1, GeForce MX350 In New Benchmarks

It looks like Intel isn’t the only one with a processor that supports DDR5 memory. A new UserBenchmark submission (courtesy of Benchleaks) reveals that AMD isn’t far behind from embracing the new wave of DDR5 memory kits.

AMD’s Ryzen 6000 (reportedly codenamed Rembrandt) is expected to carry Zen 3+ cores that are complemented by Navi 2 (RDNA 2) graphics. From a processing perspective, the chips should retain the same core count as the Ryzen 5000 (Cezanne) series, but feature improved clock speeds. Rembrandt plays a very important role in AMD’s future lineup as the APUs are rumored to be the first parts to leverage Navi 2 graphics as well as support for DDR5 memory.