AMD has confirmed that it will release refreshed versions of its Ryzen 5000 Series processors with 3D V-Cache technology in early 2022. The technology brings a larger amount of cache to the Zen 3 chips, enabling up to a 15 percent uplift in gaming performance. Benchmarks from AMD show a 1.25x improvement in titles such as Capcom’s Monster Hunter World on a 12-core 3D chiplet prototype versus the Ryzen 9 5900X at 4 GHz.
Join John Taylor, AMD Chief Marketing Officer, and Robert Hallock, Director of Technical Marketing, as they reflect on how AMD Ryzen processors have repeatedly shocked the industry with its power and performance, as well as look ahead at what the future brings for these powerhouse processors.
AMD has also confirmed that its AM5 platform will launch in 2022. The new platform will feature support for both PCIe 5.0 and DDR5 memory.