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100MB cache: AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D overclocking was cracked and rushed to 4.82GHz

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100MB cache: AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D overclocking was cracked and rushed to 4.82GHz



 

100MB cache: AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D overclocking was cracked and rushed to 4.82GHz.


On April 13, the AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D processor will be officially lifted and listed, and it is expected to challenge the i9-12900KS and regain the title of the strongest game processor again.

 

It stacks 64MB 3D V-Cache cache, plus the original 4MB L2 cache and 64MB L3 cache, totaling 100MB.

The official claim that the game performance is 15% higher than that of the Ryzen 9 5900X on average.

 

However, in order to maintain power consumption and heat, its frequency was reduced to only 3.4-4.5GHz, and overclocking was locked.

 

The official explanation for this is that when the Ryzen processor is overclocked, the voltage can be increased to 1.45-1.5V, and the voltage range of the 3D V-Cache cache is only 1.3-1.35V .

Any higher voltage will damage the hardware, so the frequency cannot be manually increased. However, Infinity Fabric bus and memory frequency are not limited.

 

100MB cache: AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D overclocking was cracked and rushed to 4.82GHz

 

Interestingly, despite AMD’s claim that overclocking is locked at the hardware level, it appears to have been cracked.

 

A screenshot of CPU-Z posted by hardware player SkatterBencher shows that the frequency of the Ryzen 7 5800X3D has run to 4.82GHz, corresponding to 106MHz FSB, 45.5x multiplier, and the core voltage is displayed as 1.306V , which does not exceed the 3D V-Cache. tolerance range.

 

The motherboard used is ASUS ROG C8E X570 , and ASUS’ Voltage Suspension (Voltage Suspension) technology is specially turned on to be able to overclock successfully.

 

100MB cache: AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D overclocking was cracked and rushed to 4.82GHz

 



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