Tech Explainer: What’s the deal with AMD’s 3D V-Cache technology?
AMD's 3D V-Cache technology is a game-changer. It stacks cache vertically, tripling the CPU's L3 cache. This leads to faster calculations and a noticeable speed increase. The cache's job is to store data directly onto the CPU die. The more cache, the better. Especially in high-performance data centers, extra on-die storage can make a world of difference. 3 times as much data increasing system efficiency. AMD's 3D V-Cache technology can hold All 3 layers of the L3 cache are stacked vertically on the die, offering the same speeds. AMD first introduced this technology in 2022 with its Ryzen 7 5800X3D processor. Now, it's used in data centers and even in AMD's Ryzen 9 7945HX3D mobile processor, proving speed and portability can coexist.