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AMD’s ‘Pink Sardine’ Ryzen 7000 Mobile Chips Are In The Works

according to Reported by Phoronix, (opens in new tab) AMD has released a new Linux patch set to support a mysterious new processor codenamed “Pink Sardine”. This patch is intended to support version 6.2 of AMD’s Audio Co-Processor Unit (ACP) on Pink Sardine. Unfortunately, we can’t fully confirm what Pink Sardine is, but it seems to refer to AMD’s upcoming Ryzen 7000 mobile APUs, codenamed Phoenix.

What is certain, however, is that the Pink Sardine will support version 6.2 of AMD’s audio chip built into its microprocessor. This is the latest version we have confirmed so far and his current Ryzen 6000 (Rembrandt) chip supports his ACP version 6.0. However, the current AMD microarchitecture does not support version 6.2, so Pink Sardine must be referring to a future CPU architecture.

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