The rumours are ripe with talk of an updated AMD Radeon RX 6000 Graphics Card, which still may be based on RDNA 2.

The new series will be called the AMD Radeon RX 6000S Mobile Graphics, according to a source from VideoCardz. This is the same source that previously revealed the AMD 4800S Desktop Kit.

If the Radeon RX 6000S series does materialise as real, it would most likely launch alongside the Ryzen 6000 series early next year. With AMDs CES 2022 keynote is coming up on January 4, it is likely that the announcement will come during this.

It’s likely that not all of the 6000 series will be updated as both the RX 6500M and RX 63000M haven’t been released.

What would RDNA2 update mean?

It seems that AMD could refresh its Navi 2X GPUs using TSMC N6 process technology, according to Greymon55. Not only could they be a part of the 6000 series refresh but even a refresh for the Radeon RX 7000 desktop series, which would fit in with an entry-level to mid-range market.

The AMD RDNA2 TSMC N6 refresh should offer an 18% higher logic density compared to the N7, as well as improve power efficiency, clock speeds, yields, and shorten production cycles.

Of course this is all based on conjecture and rumors, so keep your expectations in check until AMD officially makes an announcement.