AMD Ryzen 7950X3D, 7900X3D and 7800X3D tipped for CES 2023 launch

Published: 31st Aug 2022, 10:59 GMT   Comments

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AMD could launch updated Ryzen 7000 series already in January

Greymon55 posted a cryptic message on Twitter, supposedly mentioning three upcoming Ryzen CPUs. 

At “Together We Advance” event AMD CEO Dr. Lisa Su announced four processors of new Ryzen 7000 series. The company also confirmed it is developing Zen4 architecture with 3D V-Cache, however, despite previous claims of such parts appearing by the end of this year, no launch date was provided for consumer parts.

AMD is supposedly planning to reveal three Ryzen 7000 CPUs with 3D V-Cache. The ‘V95, V9 and V8’ as posted by Greymon refer to 7950X3D, 7900X3D and 7800X3D parts respectively.

The leaker was asked when should one expect such parts, to which he replied ‘CES’ suggesting it’s the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show planned for January 5-8 next year.

AMD did not disclose any details on 3D V-Cache for Zen4 CPUs yet. However, should the same capacity be used for the new series, one could expect as much as 144 MB of combined L2 and L3 cache because the Zen4 CPUs have already increased L2 cache.

Last year, AMD teased a prototype 12-core Zen3 CPU with 96MB per each of the CCDs, featuring 192MB L3 cache total. However, such part was never released without clearly stating any reason, but i was believed such CPU would simply be too expensive to make.

AMD 192MB L3/V-Cache prototype, Source: AMD

With three new Ryzen 7000X3D CPUs, the portfolio of AM5 processors would grow to 7 units. That is still significantly fewer than available AM4 options, but AMD made it clear they intend to keep both platforms supported well into 2023.

RUMORED AMD Ryzen 7000 Specifications
VideoCardz.comCores / ThreadsTDP3D V-CacheCPU Cache (L2+L3)Launch Date
AMD Ryzen 7000 Zen4 “Raphael” with 2CU RDNA2 Graphics
Ryzen 9 7950X3D
 
16C/32T
 
~170W
 
2x 64MB
 
208MB (16+192)
January ’23
Ryzen 9 7950X
 
16C/32T
 
170W
 
80MB (16+64)
September ’22
Ryzen 9 7900X3D
 
12C/24T
 
~170W
 
2x 64MB
 
204MB (12+192)
January ’23
Ryzen 9 7900X
 
12C/24T
 
170W
 
76MB (12+64)
 September ’22
Ryzen 7 7800X3D
 
8C/16T
 
~105W
 
1x 64MB
 
104MB (8+96)
January ’23
Ryzen 7 7700X
 
8C/16T
 
105W
 
40MB (8+32)
 September ’22
Ryzen 5 7600X
 
6C/12T
 
105W
 
38MB (6+32)
 September ’22

Source: @greymon55 via Wccftech




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