It should not be surprising that AMD will soon release a 3D V-Cache variant of the Ryzen 7000 series processors. But unlike its predecessor, the new 3D V-Cache version will not be limited to 8 cores only.
It has been reported that AMD is planning to launch three variants, including 8 cores, 12 cores, and 16 cores chips. The 3D V-Cache version of the Ryzen 7000 series will also have a similar base and boost clocks, so we should expect it to reach a boost clock of 5.7 GHz.
They shared 3 exclusive Zen 4 3D info.
1) Three Ryzen 7000X3D model is confirmed. 16/12/8C. But about 8C model, it isn't determined model name whether7700X3D or 7800X3D
2) Unlike Zen 3 3D, clock speed will be same or at least almost same.
3) It is expect Jan 23. So CES.
— 포시포시 (@harukaze5719) December 2, 2022
According to a reliable source, @harukaze5719 AMD is planning to launch Ryzen 7800X3D with 8 cores, Ryzen 7900X3D with 12 cores, and Ryzen 7950X3D with 16 cores. There is no mention of a six-core variant that would replace the 7600X just yet, but AMD might decide to go with 7600X3D in the future to target the next-generation lineup from Intel.
Furthermore, AMD is also reported to equip its top-the-line chip, the Ryzen 9 7950X3D, with 192MB of L3 Cache, which is twice as much compared to the Ryzen 5800X3D.
The power draw on the upcoming 3D V-Cache lineup from AMD will also be much higher than the Ryzen 7000 series. There is no official launch date on the 3D V-Cache lineup from AMD, but it is reported to come out next year in January, probably at CES 2023.
As for the pricing, AMD might sell the 3D V-Cache variants similar to the current Ryzen 7000 lineup and discount the non-3D V-Cache series further.
Currently, AMD and Intel are performing quite similarly regarding their respective performance. Still, with the launch of 3D V-Cache variants of the Ryzen 7000 series, AMD will again gain its title of being the fastest chip manufacturer.
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