A new patch of Linux is revealing the existence of a new set of processors called “Pink Sardinian”which could be a new variant of the series Ryzen 7000 for the notebook segment.
AMD ‘Pink Sardine’ Mysterious New Ryzen Laptop CPUs
According to a report from Phoronix, amd has released a new set of Linux patches to support a mysterious new processor, codenamed “Pink Sardinian”.
The patch references version 6.2 of AMD’s Audio Coprocessor Unit (ACP) in Pink Sardine. Most likely, it will be a new variant of the Ryzen 7000 processor for laptops, although it is difficult to say for sure right now.
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Let’s remember that amd has announced the series Ryzen 7000 for laptops called Phoenix. Why do we think these are laptop CPUs? Because Green Sardine was the codename for Ryzen 5000 (Cezanne) APUs, while Ryzen 6000 APUs were codenamed Yellow Carp, so AMD would repeat the fish references to name their APU series.
In case of referring to new processors Ryzen 7000you will surely take advantage of all the benefits of the nuclei Zen 4, which will develop their full potential with the next Ryzen processors, which will be launched in the coming months. However, it would not be strange if AMD could mix different CPUs and GPUs, like a mix of Zen 3+ cores and RDNA 3 GPUs, there are different possibilities.
We will keep you up to date with the news about these mysterious processors.