Ryzen 9 7950X3D z inną specyfikacją. Jak to wytłumaczyć?

Ryzen 9 7950X3D with different specifications. How to explain this?

One of the owners of the Ryzen 9 7950X3D processor noticed that it has a different specification than the standard models. How is it possible?

Ryzen 9 7950X3D is one of the most powerful processors on the market. It is equipped with, among other things, as much as 128 MB of level three (L3) cache. However, one user noticed that his copy was a bit different.

Ryzen 9 7950X3D with 192 MB L3 cache

On Twitter, one user showed off a photo from the CPU-Z program, which shows that his Ryzen 9 7950X3D processor does not have 128 MB of L3 cache. Instead, the program reports as much as 192 MB, which is 64 MB more. What is the explanation for this?

Many people believe that this is simply a program error. Some point to a problem with CPUID, which may provide incorrect cache values. Others point to Windows as the culprit for all the confusion. Still others argue that this particular user received an engineering version of the system that actually has more level three cache.

What is it really like? We don't know this because the main interested party did not provide any results that would allow us to verify the actual specification of the system. It cannot be ruled out that this particular system has 192 MB of 3D V-Cache memory, because we know from Red that such a specification was considered at some point. This type of construction was even shown to Gamer Nexus journalists who visited the AMD campus in Austin, Texas in 2023.

Why wasn't such a processor finally available for sale? With so much cache, engineers noticed performance drops in games, so it simply didn't make sense.

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