The AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D CPU benchmarks have surfaced once more, this time with a retail chip acquired by XanxoGaming. The AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D, based on the 7nm Zen 3 core architecture, will be the first and only chip with 3D V-Cache. Thanks to its additional 64 MB 3D Stacked SRAM design, the CPU will have 8 cores, 16 threads, and 100 MB of total cache. With a TDP of 105W, clock speeds will be maintained at 3.4 GHz base and 4.5 GHz boost.
When it comes to cost, the CPU will have the same MSRP as the 5800X at $449 US, which means that the non-3D chip will be reduced to $399 or even lower. The 5800X3D is more expensive than the Intel Core i7-12700K, which has more cores and threads but less cache. Performance comparisons between the two processors will be interesting to watch.
According to the source, the AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D CPU was purchased from a Peruvian store for 2062.50 Nuevos soles (about $550 USD). The chip was tested on a GeForce RTX 3080 Ti FE platform with an X570 AORUS Master motherboard (F36C v1.2), 2x 8 GB G.Skill FlareX DDR4-3200 (CL14 Samsung B-die), and an X570 AORUS Master motherboard (F36C v1.2). The operating system was Windows 10 (21H2), and it is expected that performance will be similar across Windows 10 and 11.
AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D earned 1493 points in single-core tests and 15060 points in multi-core tests in Cinebench R23
On the same benchmark, our AMD Ryzen 7 5800X is 2% quicker in multi-threaded performance and 5% faster in single-threaded performance. The chip achieved 1639 points in single-core tests and 10498 points in multi-core tests in Geekbench 5. The regular 5800X is 2% faster in single-threaded performance and 12% faster in multi-threaded performance. The chip achieves 617 points in single-core tests and 6505 points in multi-core tests in CPU-z. In the multi-core and single-core benchmarks, the Ryzen 7 5800X outperforms the 3D part by 8% and 7%, respectively.
The render time for the Ryzen 7 5800X3D is 166 seconds, while the regular chip takes 146 seconds to complete the scenario. Without the added 3D cache, that’s a 20-second save. The non-3D component has a 14 per cent edge. Once again, these benchmarks show that the AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D CPU struggles with synthetic workloads.