The AMD Ryzen 7000X3D series will be available on Valentine’s Day.

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Update 03:30 (GMT)

AMD has clarified that the launch date reported on its product webpage is incorrect and that an update on availability will be provided in the future. The following is AMD’s official statement, which was provided:

“As you may be aware, briefly published a launch date for the Ryzen7000X3D Series Desktop processors today, but that date is incorrect.

We have not yet confirmed a launch date.

We will provide future updates on the expected availability of these processors.”


The CPU manufacturer has confirmed the release date for their 3D V-Cache Zen4 CPUs.

Overclock3D has discovered a release date for AMD Ryzen 7000X3D. AMD’s website has been updated with new information about the 3D V-Cache enhanced Ryzen series. As of now, all three SKUs announced by AMD at CES 2023 are set to launch on February 14th:

The Zen4 desktop series with 3D V-Cache is the newest member of the Ryzen 7000 family.  AMD updated the lineup with non-X SKUs yesterday, expanding the offer to include 65W SKUs. This product line is now set to compete with a long list of Intel LGA1700 CPUs, including 12th and 13th Gen Core CPUs, which are already plentiful.

AMD claims that their Ryzen 9 7950X3D CPU will outperform the Core i9-13900K CPU in gaming, at least in the titles chosen by AMD (please note that the slide incorrectly says Ryzen 7):

Hopefully, AMD is planning a nice gift for gamers by offering their best Ryzen 7000 CPUs at a great price; we’ll find out next month.


Source: AMD via Overclock3D


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