AMD, will Ryzen 7000 with 3D V-Cache arrive at CES 2023?

AMD has recently launched its new CPU line Ryzen 7000 based on the next generation Zen 4 architecture. As anticipated in previous rumors, the initial lineup includes 4 models, i.e. Ryzen 9 7950X and 7900X, Ryzen 7 7700X and Ryzen 5 7600X. There are many innovations, from the new Zen 4 architecture, which makes use of TSMC’s 5nm production process and supports PCIe 5.0 and DDR5 technologies, to the new AM5 socket, which among the various innovations supports more power and is LGA type.

In addition to the CPUs, AMD has also unveiled the chipsets that will equip the new motherboards. The first to arrive will be the models X670 e X670Eavailable as early as this month, while the mid-range characterized by B650 and B650E will arrive in the month of October. With the new generation of Ryzen processors, there is obviously also expectation for the arrival of new models equipped with 3D V-Cachea technology that allows you to vertically stack additional cache memory, first introduced in the Ryzen 5 5800X3D, which has found a very good reception.

During the event, AMD has repeatedly answered questions about the Ryzen 7000 with 3D V-Cache replying that “they will come soon”, without letting anything leak out. Speaking with various representatives of the company, we seemed to understand that the launch will be at the beginning of 2023, but nothing more. Fortunately, however, where the official statements do not arrive, the insiders think about releasing new information: according to the well-known greymon55the processors are expected to debut at the CES 2023. This time there would be well three high-end processorsi Ryzen 9 7950X3D e 7900X3Dand the Ryzen 7 7800X3D. As already demonstrated on the Ryzen 5 5800X3D, the additional cache offers many advantages in the gaming field, with a significant benefit in terms of FPS. Benefit that could increase exponentially in the new Ryzen 7000, which in addition to the operating frequencies also increase the internal cache: in a hypothetical Ryzen 9 7950X3D, 192MB of L3 cache could be reached.

All that remains is to wait for CES 2023, hoping to be able to see new and more powerful Ryzen 7000s with additional cache. In conjunction with the presentation of the new processors, partners such as G.Skill and XPG have announced that they are working to launch the first models of DDR5 RAM compatible with AMD EXPO, the new RAM overclocking technology of the AM5 platform.

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