AMD To Launching Ryzen 7 5700X3D AM4 CPU In Q1 2024

This week, there were reports suggesting that AMD has ambitious plans for early 2024, with a focus on the AM5 and AM4 product series. In terms of the AM5 socket, AMD plans to launch the Ryzen 8000G APU series for desktops, including three SKUs (8700G, 8500G, and 8300G) based on Phoenix with Zen4/RDNA3 architecture. This signifies a significant upgrade from the previous Ryzen 5000G series, which utilized Zen3/Vega architecture.

Beyond these processors, there are rumors circulating about the potential release of the Ryzen 7 5700X3D, an 8-core CPU featuring 3D V-Cache. The presence of this SKU is not unexpected, as a mid-November leak hinted at the development of 5700X3D and 5500X3D SKUs. Recent reports indicate that at least one of these CPUs is slated for release in the first quarter, with ECSM on Twitter specifically pointing to the Ryzen 7 5700X3D as the anticipated launch during that timeframe.


According to information from Chi11eddog, an MSI-connected insider, the Ryzen 7 5700X3D is said to feature a base clock of 3.0 GHz and a boost clock of 4.1 GHz, marking a 400 MHz reduction compared to the 5800X3D. Notably, this SKU is expected to maintain the same 96MB L3 Cache configuration. However, official confirmation is still pending for details such as TDP, pricing, and availability. Additionally, there is currently no recent information available regarding the speculated 5500X3D, which is expected to be a budget 6-core processor.

Furthermore, ECSM has hinted at AMD’s ongoing development of the Ryzen 5000GT series, emphasizing its attention to the budget segment. Nevertheless, the specific names of the SKUs in this series are yet to be officially confirmed.