We have already learned practically everything about Mobile APU Ryzen 6000 before the official announcement, and now the web has materials related to desktop novelties.
In this case, it is talking about the very 3D V-Cache technology that the company has already presented for the Epyc server CPUs. So far, there are details about only one model – Ryzen 7 5800X3D. But even so, we, firstly, see an updated naming system, and secondly, we understand that the new CPUs will not belong to the Ryzen 6000 line.
Apparently because already in the second half of the year, completely new processors in the AM5 version will be released, which will switch to the Zen 4 architecture and the 6 nm process technology. However, in this case, desynchronization in the names may again appear between the mobile and desktop CPUs.
Returning to the Ryzen 7 5800X3D, it will come out sometime in the spring. That is, between the updated Ryzen 5000 and the completely new Ryzen, it can only take about six months or a little more. You can also see that AMD is focusing on the gaming capabilities of the Ryzen 7 5800X3D, since, as we know, it is games that are very sensitive to an increase in L3 cache, which will be the difference between the new products. Recall that Ryzen 7 5800X3D should receive one or two additional cache memory chips with a total volume of 64 or 128 MB, respectively.