There is a full battle in the processor market, where both Intel and AMD compete for the enthusiasts of the enthusiasts with their respective lineups. After gaining gaming experience with the Ryzen 5000 series in the fall of 2020, the red team encountered resistance when Intel launched its “Alder Lake” processors last year, which were able to regain the game crown – albeit by a rather small margin.
AMD is not patient enough to wait for the launch of its upcoming Zen 4 architecture to regain the coveted role of gaming performance champion, which is why they are now launching the special model Ryzen 7 5800X3D. This eight-core processor comes equipped with an additional 64 MB L3 cache, which is stacked on top of the chiplet circuit according to the company’s concept 3D V-Cache.
According to the company, the increased amount of cache memory will provide enormous performance benefits in just gaming, which should be enough for the Ryzen 7 5800X3D to be able to beat Intel’s flagships in that respect. The question is whether they have succeeded? Join a thorough review in the test lab!
Source: SweClockers by www.sweclockers.com.
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