AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D Reviews, Pros and Cons

Via TechSpot on

From Ryzen 5 3600 to 5800X3D: The Big Upgrade: We usually recommend the Ryzen 5 5600 as a smart upgrade to the Zen 3, but as we found with 3600 owners, it’s not a big step forward and in many cases the increase in performance may be less. After all, it’s 17% faster on average at 1080p using a Radeon RX 6950 XT while the 5800X3D is 46% faster.

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Ryzen 7 5800X3D vs Core i9-12900K in 40 Games: As for the Ryzen 7 5800X3D vs. Core i9-12900K battle, our one-day review summed it up best and even though we tested five times more games here, the conclusion hasn’t changed: for to those looking for maximum gaming performance, but don’t. Not wanting to be fooled with pricing, and caring less about power efficiency, the 5800X3D seems like an obvious choice.

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The Ryzen 7 5800X3D is the first processor with AMD’s 3D V-cache technology. Making CPU cores faster than adding more cores is the best way to improve PC gaming performance. So AMD supercharged their 8-core, 16-thread CPU to make the Ryzen 7 5800X3D with 3D V-cache.

By Tom’s Hardware at


If you want higher fare and a better understanding of strengths and weaknesses, the Ryzen 7 5800X3D is an impressive chip that delivers top-notch gaming performance and leaves room for future upgrades to GPU, making it the best CPU of its kind. price point for game-focused rigs.

By OC3D on


Certainly if AMD can use the low latency that this design solution brings, without having to remove our clock and memory overclocking tools, then this could be a watershed moment in future CPU design. , and for that it won our Innovation Award.

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AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D introduces the new 3D V-Cache technology that delivers on its long promises with exceptional Ryzen 9-like gaming performance. It still takes a big step up on Intel’s latest behemoth, the Core i9-12900K, and manages to come up with some serious bursts. This non-game performance doesn’t really benefit from the new 3D V-Cache tech, though, so this is strictly a gamer’s CPU.

By KitGuru at


AMD’s new Ryzen 7 5800X3D is undoubtedly innovative in its 3D V-Cache technology deployment. Balanced performance is definitely not the 5800X3D’s strength, but if you’re only interested in gaming, this new AM4 CPU with 96MB of L3 cache delivers excellent performance.

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AMD’s premium-priced Ryzen 7 5800X3D is a solid eight-core performer, but its improvements in game pep and CPU-specific performance don’t quite make up for the cost bump.

By AnandTech at

As a result, it is not surprising that AMD confirmed that there will be 3D V-Cache products in the upcoming Zen 4 core (due in the fall of 2022), and with Zen 5 expected in 2024, with the same consumer (Ryzen). ) and server (EPYC) products planned. So while all signs point to V-cache remaining a premium solution, it also means we have yet to see what AMD can do for PC performance with more L3 caches.

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The Ryzen 7 5800X3D is also a more focused product than its Ryzen 5000 siblings. These chips are excellent all-rounders suitable for a wide range of tasks, both gaming and content creation, while the 5800X3D is shown to be worse than the standard 5800X – and the same price Ryzen 5900X – in tasks that do not take advantage of its singular superpower. That means the research here is critical; make sure the X3D gives a great boost to the games you play before taking your hard-earned money.

By ExtremeTech at

The performance difference between the 5800X and the 5800X3D isn’t big enough to justify the price gap between the two, even by boutique pricing standards. This launch is about AMD slugging it out with Intel at the top end of the market where money is no object. Gamers who want the absolute fastest gaming CPU manufacturers AMD might want to seriously consider the Ryzen 7 5800X3D. Gamers who want the excellent price/performance ratio that AMD is known for will be happiest if they consider other chips.

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