AMD Is Rumored to Be Launching Ryzen 7000 X3D Series in 2023

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AMD is rumored to be launching X3D versions of its new Ryzen 7000 series processors in 2023 following a leaked slide showing a current roadmap. The slide titled “2022-2023 Channel Desktop Roadmap” shows the current lineup of Threadripper 5000, Ryzen 5000 & X3D, alongside a row for the recently released Ryzen 7000 series, and Ryzen 4000G & 5000G, processors. Next to Ryzen 7000 in parenthesis is “X3D TBA” suggesting the 3D V-Cache version could launch as early as mid-2023.

Those still hanging on to their AM4 socket motherboards could see yet more CPU releases in the coming year as well. Nothing was revealed but the slide clearly showed continued support throughout 2023 with the Ryzen 5000 & X3D series. AMD launched the 5800X3D in 2022 and that processor quickly gained positive attention with its ability to hold its own and, in some games, even beat other more powerful and expensive processors with its new design. This gave hope to fans of the 6-year-old platform still wanting to upgrade rather than move on to a complete new build.

Meanwhile, it seems that an unannounced new Threadripper processor may get a release towards the end of next year. Lastly, it looks like the AMD Ryzen-G series (APU and NPU) could also see some sort of update towards the end of 2023.

Source: VideoCardz

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