AMD will bring Zen 4 architecture CPU with 3D V-Cache technology as soon as 2023
Currently, AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D has been lifted ban and will be on the market soon to meet consumers. This is the first and so far only consumer-grade processor with 3D V-Cache technology, which brings an additional 64MB of 7nm SRAM cache to the CCD, making the L3 cache capacity of this Zen 3 architecture processor increase from 32MB to 96MB.
The 3D V-Cache technology impresses, and the Ryzen 7 5800X3D also proves that a larger L3 cache can be useful in some cases. Recently, Twitter user @greymon55 revealed that there is currently only one packaging line responsible for 3D V-Cache technology, so the supply of this type of processor is relatively limited. Before Zen 3 architecture processors with 3D V-Cache technology are discontinued, there will be no Zen 4 architecture processors of the same type, which means that the earliest batch of Zen 4 architecture processors will not have 3D V-Cache technology, and won’t appear until 2023 at the earliest.