AMD To Release Not 1, But 3 Ryzen 7000 CPUs With 3D V-Cache


If the rumors are to be believed, AMD might release three CPUs with 3D V-Cache. They might be modeled 7950X3D, 7900X3D and 7800X3D.

Two days ago, AMD announced its Ryzen 7000 series of processors. They announced four new CPUs in the series. The Ryzen 9 7950X, the Ryzen 9 7900X, the Ryzen 7 7700X and the Ryzen 5 7600X. They are going to be available this September 27.

During their keynote. AMD revealed its CPU roadmap. It showed how 5nm based Zen 4 CPU architecture will be succeeded by 4nm based Zen 5 processors in or before 2024.

AMD CPU Roadmap.
AMD CPU Roadmap. Credit: AMD.

During the roadmap, AMD also revealed something else. They revealed that they are also going to release 3D V-Cache based Zen 4 Ryzen 7000 processors later. For the unaware, these 3D V-Cache based processors contain a 3D stacked level 3 cache on the CPU, which allows the L3 cache to be far bigger in size. This gives these processors a tremendous boost in speeds during the tasks which utilize these higher caches, like in gaming and other such things.

Looks like we will be getting new 3D V-Cache based processors soon.

Ryzen 7000 CPUs With 3D V-Cache

Famous Twitter based leaker, @Greymon55 who has had quite a big success in revealing all the information these days, has new information about next-gen 3D V-Cache processors by AMD.


He has revealed that AMD is going to release not one, not two, but three processors with 3D V-Cache in its Ryzen 7000 series. It’s likely that they might be named 7950X3D, 7900X3D and 7800X3D.

He also revealed that AMD is going to announce them at CES, which happens in January every year.

He reveals these processors are already in mass production and will take time to come to the market. The reason, he suggests, it takes so longer to come to the market, when compared to normal Ryzen CPUs, is that making these 3D V-Cache chips takes a long time (possibly quite complex to manufacture too).

That’s not it. When asked, he reveals that these processors (at least the 7950X3D for sure) are faster in gaming than even the next-gen Ryzen 7950X processor AMD, which is a top of the line flagship processor.

Exciting revelations

Now, these revelations are massive for many reasons. First is, the current gen 3D V-Cache based processor, the Ryzen 5800X3D has been a game changer. There hasn’t been any such processor in the industry so far. It completely destroys the competition in gaming and other such tasks. So we are getting new processors based on same technology is excellent. This means the trial by AMD is a successful one and this new technological upgrade is not going to continue only on the paper.

The second point being that it’s not going to be one processor in the series, but we are going to get three of them. It’s entirely possible that a cheaper 7800X3D might, again, might, even beat Ryzen 7950X in gaming.

Third point being that these processors are already in mass production and are coming this CES. Which is just like 3 months from now. So they aren’t far.

By releasing these processors, AMD is setting a new standard of gaming optimized processors. It’s a much welcomed one.

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