The Ryzen 7 5800X3D was the first Ryzen branded processor to feature AMD’s 3D V-Cache technology. 3D cache technology makes a positive contribution to the performance of games. The Ryzen 7 5800X3D performed on par with the Core i9-12900K/KS in gaming tests. Of course there are differences from game to game, but the 5800X3D and Intel competitors are on average on par.
Known for reliable AMD leakers, Greymon55 says the red team is working on expanding the Ryzen 5000X3D processor lineup, with more information to come in July. The Ryzen 7 5800X3D was launched alone as an octa-core AM4 CPU. As you know, this chip does not officially support overclocking, but motherboard manufacturers like MSI release their own custom BIOS.
If the leaks are true, we could see the introduction of different SKUs like Ryzen 5 5600X3D, Ryzen 9 5900X3D and even Ryzen 9 5950X3D. Assuming that a processor like the 5900X3D will come with 16 cores, the end user will be offered a huge cache of 200 MB (L2+L3) in total.
However, it was confirmed by TeamGroup that the Ryzen 7000 processors based on the Zen 4 architecture will come with the name “Raphael-X”. In other words, 3D V-Cache will occupy an important place in AMD’s future.
Speaking of the AM4 platform, a new processor called the Ryzen 7 5700 has appeared. As a result, the AM4 platform isn’t obsolete yet, and support isn’t ending anytime soon.