On top of the 32MB L3 cache, the R7-5800X3D stacks an additional 64MB of SRAM cache.
CurrentlyAMDThe only Zen 3 “3D V-Cache” processor launched in the consumer market is the Ryzen R7-5800X3D with an 8C / 16T design and a high price.
Although it was initially complained about the heat accumulation problem (burying its overclocking potential), AMD recently stated that the AM4 platform will not fade out of everyone’s sight soon, and it is expected that a series of more cost-effective products will come out in the future.
But what fans are most looking forward to is AMD’s “backporting” of the Zen 4 architecture to the AM4 platform – after all, the red team has accumulated considerable experience in the design of IO chiplets, and changing a DDR4 memory controller does not count what a difficult thing.
Sadly, it’s unclear if AMD has any intention of mass-producing such chips, although @Greymon55 confirmed on Twitter that the company is testing such products in its labs.