AMD is reportedly set to bring supped-up gaming performances in early 2023 along with Ryzen 9 7950X3D. Reports also claim that 3D V-Cache tech hopefully will give Intel a run for their money.
AMD Set To Bring Supped-Up Gaming Performances in Early 2023
The very first round of Zen 4 Ryzen 7000 CPUs of AMD will be coming sooner than expected with a release date stipulated on September all but now confirmed by Team Red ahead of its Livestream event that is scheduled to take place on the 29th of august. But there is however something those gamers will find very interesting as YouTuber and leaker Moore’s law is Dead (MLID) has said that users can now expect to see the supped-up 3D V-cache Ryzen 7000 chips in Q1 2023.
Already we knew that AMD’s 3D V-Cache technology would be making an appearance in Ryzen 7000, but this very leak gives users a better insight into what we can expect. And according to Moore’s Law is Dead, AMD is already preparing two chips which are the Ryzen 7 7850X3D and the uber-powerful Ryzen 9 7950X3D.
3D V-Cache Technology Is a Great Boost for Gamers
The 3D V-Cache technology is a great boost for gamers as it will allow AMD to stack L3 cache memory on the processor die which will provide performances that are boosted in games. The very first CPU to get this piece of tech was the Ryzen 7 5800X3D which incredibly was able to outperform the Intl Core 19-12900K which is more expensive in some games all thanks to its huge 100MB cache
The 3D V-Cache Could Solidify the Position of AMD as the Gamer’s Choice When It Comes To CPU
When it comes to selecting the best processor for a gaming PC, it can be really tricky. Naturally, your processor will not have a huge impact on the games you are playing as your graphics card would, but it can however represent a performance bottleneck in the vent that it lags behind other components. And some games also benefit greatly from a superior CPU than others.