AMD is rumored to be releasing more affordable versions of its best gaming processor. With that being said, it just seems that the present Ryzen generation is not done yet.
AMD Is Rumored To Be Releasing More Affordable Versions of Its Gaming Processor
AMD launched the Ryzen 7 5800X3D back in April which is a modified version of the solid 5800X CPU that came together with the producer’s newly impressive ‘3D Vertical Cache’ technology which is also referred to as 3D V-cache. And right now, fresh leaks on the internet are suggesting that AMD might just be planning to bring this very technology to new CPUs in the Zen 3 line.
The V-cache chiplet design, which is called in layman’s terms, allowed the company (AMD) to ‘stack’ cache memory on the processor die, and in the process creating more L3 cache for boosted performance both in gaming and server processes. The 5800X3D is a gaming powerhouse as you should have known, but at a $449 price tag, it’s out of reach for many looking to build their own gaming PC.
More Pieces of Information Regarding the New Update
And according to new pieces of information from well-known leaker Greymon55(opens in new tab), though, AMD also has plans to expand the X3D lineup before its next-generation Zen 4 processors come to the market. Zen 4 which likely will be launched under the Ryzen 7000 brand is generally expected to integrate 3D V-cache on all its chips. At the moment only the 5800X3D Zen 3 chip is able to do this.
Greymon already has stated that more pieces of information will be shared next month. However, more speculation is in circulation that the new chips will be the 5600X3D and the 5900X3D or maybe an even more uber-powerful 5950X3D, in regards to both the high end and low end of the market spontaneously. And since the regular 5600X is set already at $199 beast for gaming, a more updated version with X3D tech that’s built-in will be a great option for gamers gaming on PC.
It has been rumored in the last couple of days that there will be more new products for ZEN3D. The rumors however are true and also there will be more information in regards to the matter in the coming month.