A few days ago, AMD Ryzen 7000 processors from the Raphael family that use the Zen 4 architecture for the first time appeared on the market, as well as very high temperatures under load. However, many PC enthusiasts are waiting for chips that use 3D V-Cache encapsulation technology. It appears that AMD has already confirmed to its partners the upcoming debut of the chips.
AMD has confirmed to its commercial partners the upcoming debut of the Ryzen 7000X3D processor with 3D V-Cache memory.
Part of AMD’s internal presentation to trading partners has appeared on the web. The image is of poor quality, but we can find some interesting information about it. First of all, for the years 2022-2023, Ryzen 7000 and Ryzen 7000X3D processors will be prepared for the desktop – the latter uses an additional L3 cache stack to improve performance, among other things. in games. Here the manufacturer confirms not only the current designation, but also the impending announcement. Ryzen 7000X3D systems are likely to be presented at CES 2023 – the manufacturer has already confirmed its presence in Las Vegas and preparations for the conference.
Will AMD Ryzen 7000 processors with 3D V-Cache appear in a few months? There is talk of three new models
The manufacturer is not planning any initial offerings in the HEDT segment in the near future. AMD’s Ryzen Threadripper 5000 processors will be introduced at least until the second half of next year. Later, we see a cut-out that likely shows the new generation of 7000 Threadrippers, dubbed Storm Peak. Despite the chip cut, you can also see that the premiere of desktop APUs is planned for the second half of 2023 – here we expect the Ryzen 7000G series, which will use Zen 4 cores and an RDNA 3 graphics chip.
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