It was evident that AMD’s 3D Vertical Cache technology could not be restricted to a single CPU for an extended period.
We made the Ryzen 7 5800X3D test available to you on April 14. AMD devised a method to “stack” the cache memory and thereby integrate more and more was made available by the CPU.
The issue method was “tried” on this CPU following the introduction of the 7000 “classics” Called 3D Vertical Cache. The outcomes appear to have delighted AMD. Indeed, we can see that additional “X3D” CPUs are anticipated on America’s most recent CPU roadmap.
Our Guru3D colleagues are sharing this roadmap, but they don’t have anything else to say. We can still see that the Zen 4 + X3D processors are being developed after the Zen 4 processors that are “simple.”
AMD would first introduce the Ryzen 5 7600X, Ryzen 7 7800X, Ryzen 9 7900X, and Ryzen 9 7950X before moving on to the X3D, according to Guru3D. A release before the end of 2022 is mentioned in the report, although it is unclear whether only one 7000 X3D CPU will be released or if the range will grow.
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