AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D CPU may be missing at launch

AMD’s Ryzen 7 5800X3D, the new 3D V-cache processor revealed at CES, may only be produced in small numbers when it lands in early 2022 — and the chip may still be on the ground until the second half of the year, with the latest news from the mill. rumours.

This comes from DigiTimes (via PC Gamer), which reports that TSMC, which makes the 5800X3D, is expected to only start with “small-volume production” of the processor, according to industry sources familiar with the matter. However, the report also shows that production could increase significantly when TSMC’s new packaging plant in Chunan (Taiwan) becomes operational later in the year (presumably in the second half of 2022).

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