AMD’s Ryzen 7 5800X3D is set to launch in March

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AMD is set to release the Ryzen 7 5800X3D as early as the end of March, otherwise known as this month. This is in line with AMD’s earlier announcement that mentioned a spring 2022 launch.

The leak comes from Graymon55, and their words have proven accurate when it comes to AMD hardware in the past. They report that the Ryzen 7 5800X3D has “shipped and will likely hit the market by the end of this month.”

The Ryzen 7 5800X3D includes 64MB of vertically stacked cache on top of the base 5800X’s 32MB. This gives it a total of 96MB of L3 cache. AMD discussed some of the technical details of its 3D stacking technology at ISSCC last week.

It is an 8-core/16-thread processor with a base clock of 3.4GHz and a base clock of 4.5GHz. Although its clock speed is lower than the 4.7GHz of the regular Ryzen 7 5800X, AMD claims that the 5800X3D can deliver up to 15% extra performance over the regular 5800X. TDP remained the same – 105 watts.

The 58X3D has already shipped and is likely to hit the market by the end of this month. March 1, 2022

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It is this TDP that is likely the reason why we will only see an 8-core 3D chip and not a 5900X3D or 5950X3D. AMD needs to keep the 5800X3D within 105W TDP (or 142W peak). Since the 5800X3D is already overclocked, adding more cache to the 5900X or 5950X will require even more overclocking, which negates the benefit of adding the cache in the first place.

The octa-core processor is currently the focus of gaming, so the 5800X is the obvious choice for handling V-Cache, as its games generally benefit from fast, low-latency cache.

We were talking about the 5800X3D just a couple of days ago. Gigabyte is the first vendor to release the 5800X3D with BIOS support. This is yet another sign that the launch of the 5800X3D is imminent. The technology is certainly exciting, but will it be implemented in the real world? It will compete against the Intel Core i9 12900KS clocked at 5.5GHz. An interesting battle is expected. We’ll find out which of these processors will take the gaming crown in just a few short weeks.

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