Ryzen 6000: The big news will be the “Infinity Cache”!

As we reported a few days ago, AMD will first reduce the price of the current Ryzen 5000 as a reaction to Intel’s approach and, in January, rely on a new processor series that, although not based on the innovative Zen architecture 4, will bring some improvements, which could be more than enough to silence competitor Intel.

We are obviously talking about the AMD Ryzen 6000, based on the Zen 3+ architecture. The big news is, of course, the implementation of 64MB V-cache memory directly on the chip. Well, it seems that AMD will be calling this technology “Infinity Cache”.

Ryzen 6000: The big news will be the “Infinity Cache”!

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So, in case you don’t remember, AMD presented its “3D Vertical Cache” technology at Computex 2021 last January. A kind of secret weapon to be implemented in future architectures.

The CEO of AMD had already abandoned the idea that this could be the company’s answer to competitor Intel, if it were able to bring a range of competent processors to the market.

Well, after a year, that’s exactly what will happen!

AMD will use CES 2022 to unveil its new line of Ryzen 6000 (Zen 3+) processors, with the massive addition of 64MB of cache stacked on top of the existing 32MB L3 cache. A “joke” that resulted in a 15 percent increase in the performance of these processors for various types of workloads, such as: B. Gaming, should lead.

In the field of nomenclature, however, was nothing less than Greymonn 55. One of the most trustworthy “leakers” in the AMD world.

It is also clear that the company wants to standardize its product ranges, as it is already using this nomenclature in its RX 6000 graphics card range with great success. In fact, Infinity Cache has unlocked much of the potential of the current RDNA 2 architecture! AMD equips its boards with 128 MB on-die-IF, with bandwidths that can reach 16 Tbps.

Besides, what do you think of all of this? Are you betting on AMD’s Ryzen 6000 or would you prefer to use Intel’s boot, which recently launched the Core 12000? Please let us know what you think in the comments below.

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