HP has listed next-generation hardware for All-In-One desktops that has not yet been released, such as the AMD Ryzen 7000 CPU series. In addition to the AMD processor, the new listing also includes 12th generation Alder Lake chips.
This is the first time we see the AMD Ryzen 7000 series listed. This also shows that the red team can name the Ryzen 6000 nomenclature. As you know, Ryzen 5000 series chips with Zen 3 microarchitecture are currently on the market. So the next generation may debut directly as Ryzen 7000.
HP 24- and 27-inch AIO desktops will likely come with Intel 12th-gen and Ryzen CPU options when they hit the market next year. In addition, details such as up to 1 TB PCIe SSD and 2 TB HDD, full HD display, a camera and dual speakers, and the Windows 11 operating system are striking.
HP may have mentioned Rembrandt APUs instead of Zen 4 chips with the Ryzen 7000 series. Because there is almost a year for the release of the ‘Raphael’ family, which is expected to come with the AM5 socket. On the other hand, AMD may prefer the Ryzen 7000 nomenclature for both the CPU and APU series. Additionally, AIO PCs are more likely to use a mobile chip like next-generation Rembrandt APUs.
We expect Rembrandt codenamed chips with Zen 3+ CPU and RDNA 2 GPU architecture. However, the new APUs are said to be based on TSMC 6nm manufacturing technology, which is an optimized version of the N7 process. Other highlights include PCIe Gen 4 support and LPDDR5/DDR5 memory support.
AMD is expected to announce the Rembrandt APU series (Ryzen 7000H & Ryzen 7000U) at CES 2022. In other words, the new generation APUs will directly compete with Intel’s 12th generation Alder Lake-P and Alder Lake-M processors.