AMD reportedly planning Ryzen 7 7800X3D Zen4 processor with 3D V-Cache

Published: Jan 4th 2023, 20:53 GMT   Comments

AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D is 21 to 30% faster than 5800X3D according to leaked slide

Moore’s Law is Dead published a performance chart for the upcoming Ryzen 7 7800X3D CPU.

Given the name of the processor, this should be the 8-core variant of Zen4 desktop CPU with 3D V-Cache. The slide does not confirm the specs or how much cache is added to the CPU, however it does show the improvement over last-gen Ryzen 7 5800X3D CPU.

AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D, Source: Moore’s Law is Dead

It is shown 7800X3D would be 21% to 30% faster in four games that were used for the comparison. Those are popular esports titles that are typically playable at very high framerates, so probably not a bad choice for such comparison. However, whether those AMD-picked games are a good presentation of the AMD 3D V-Cache in Zen4 architecture, it is simply too early to tell.

AMD is to announce new desktop and mobile CPUs in just a couple of hours at CES 2023 opening keynote hosted by CEO Dr. Lisa Su, so we are likely to hear more from AMD on this technology in Zen4 CPUs. Right now it is unclear if there are X3D CPUs with more than 8 cores planned.


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