AMD Zen 3D V-Cache Based Ryzen CPUs Expected to Land in Feb-March (Announcement in Jan)


AMD’s Ryzen 6000 (or 5000 XT) processors will signify the ultimate lineup from the chipmaker to assist the AM4 socket (and DDR4 reminiscence). Manufacturing of the stated chips already started earlier this month, and the gaming-centric processors are anticipated to be introduced at CES 2022 in January subsequent yr. As per @Greymon55, the Zen 3D “V-Cache” primarily based Ryzen processors are more likely to land in February, or newest by March.

These CPUs are going to leverage the identical constructing blocks as the prevailing Ryzen 5000 elements, aside from the 3D stacked L3 cache chips. General, we’re as much as 192MB of L3 cache for the patron Ryzen SKUs, and as much as almost 1GB of LLC for the Epyc Milan-X

The added L3 cache received’t confer a major efficiency increase in each workload, however gaming and different cache-sensitive functions ought to see a good uplift, various from 10-25%. On common, you’ll be able to count on a increase of 10-12% in gaming over the Ryzen 5000 elements.

It’s price noting that the 3D stacking expertise or V-Cache will solely come to the higher-end SKUs. We’re speaking in regards to the Ryzen 9 5900X, 5950X, and the Ryzen 7 5800X. A 3D V-Cache model of the Ryzen 5 5600X and decrease is extremely unlikely.



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