Wednesday, May 25, 2022

AMD to release its Ryzen 7000 ‘Zen 4’ CPUs With 3D V-Cache for Desktops in 2023

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AMD’s first 3D V-Cache has received positive reviews, and everyone is wondering if the technology will be used in future CPUs like the impending Zen 4-powered Ryzen 7000 series. The AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D evaluations have demonstrated that 3D V-Cache has a place in the PC gaming market.

The Red team has previously stated that they intend to build on 3D V-Cache technology with future processors, although acceptance is contingent on the success of the single Zen 3 portion. With the entire tech community praising the new technology, it appears that 3D V-Cache-powered CPUs will become more common in the future.

AMD’s next-generation Ryzen 7000 family, based on the Zen 4 core architecture, will be the most obvious CPUs to use 3D V-Cache technology

Ryzen 7000

The AMD Ryzen 7000 CPUs, codenamed Raphael, are set to debut in Q3 2022, however while these processors will be available on the AM5 board platform this year, the 3D V-Cache portions will not be available until next year.


The reason for this, according to Greymon55, is that AMD’s Zen 3D now has only one production line devoted to it. AMD boosted the production capacity of Zen 3D from 20K to 50K units, according to our sources (per quarter). As a result, the single line is currently unable to accommodate any further chips. However, it appears that one of the reasons AMD increased the production numbers for Zen 3D is to ensure that there are enough of these chips for the retail market before moving on to the next-generation parts.

Greymon55 further claims that current 3D packaging devices can seamlessly transition to Zen 4 (3D) and that manufacturing can begin as soon as the required number of Zen 3D devices is reached. AMD is expected to stop producing Zen 3D CPUs in Q4 and begin producing Zen 4 (3D) Ryzen 7000 3D V-Cache CPUs in Q1 2023, with the chips hitting retail by the middle of the third quarter.

On the X670 board platform, the first range will only comprise conventional ‘X’ parts. The Ryzen 7000 ‘X3D’ CPUs will be delayed until 2023, which is fantastic news because it means more 3D V-Cache goodies will be available in the future.

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Nivedita Bangari
Nivedita Bangari
I am a software engineer by profession and technology is my love, learning and playing with new technologies is my passion.


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