AMD released the R7 7800X3D large-cache processor not long ago, which will be released on April 6. The overseas price is 449 US dollars (The current price is about 3089 CNY).
According to the data released earlier by AMD, AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D can achieve a performance lead of up to 24% and 30% compared with the i9-13900K at 4899 CNY and the Ryzen 7 5800X3D at 3099 CNY, but this data is not universal, after all Here’s an example of AMD’s handpicked games.
According to AMD’s latest data, the Ryzen 7 7800X3D’s gaming performance is on average 7% better than the Core i9-13900K.
From the PPT obtained by VideoCardz, AMD R7 7800X3D has an average lead of only 6.9% in 21 games with 1080p resolution and high image quality, the largest performance lead in 3A games like “Horizon: Zero Dawn” The range can reach 31%, but it is 9% behind in “CS:GO”.
In terms of parameters, R7 7800X3D has 8 cores and 16 threads, the frequency can reach 5.0GHz, 96MB L3 cache, and 120W TDP. This processor is equipped with a 3D V-Cache large cache, and because there is only one CCD, there is no large-cache CCD and small-cache CCD scheduling problem on the 12-core and 16-core models.
We can take another look at the game performance data that AMD previously shared.
As shown in the figure above, AMD compared R7 7800X3D with i9-13900K and R7 5800X3D. The tested games are “Rainbow 6”, “Dawn of Warhammer War 3”, “CS: GO” and “DOTA2”, and the tested resolution is 1080p, high definition.
According to AMD data, the R7 7800X3D leads the i9-13900K by up to 13%-24% in the four games, and the R7 5800X3D by up to 21%-30%.