Purported AMD Ryzen 7 5700X3D and Ryzen 5 5500X3D Specs Leaked

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Seasoned AMD leaker chi11eddog has rustled up some specs for two new Ryzen 5000 processors. These unannounced CPUs are claimed to be called the 5700X3D and 5500X3D, and could thus be attractive options for those who still cherish their AM4 platforms but have a desire for a 3D V-Cache boost on a budget.

As ever with leaks, take the news with a pinch of salt.

In addition to the hot tip that a “New AM4 Ryzen 7 5700X3D and Ryzen 5 5500X3D,” may be incoming, chi11iddog provided some specs. Remember to add salt to this, the specs might be something the leaker has seen or heard about, but similarly could be a guesstimate, we can’t be sure. We have put the purported new Ryzen 5000 processor specs into context, in a table below.

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Price

Cores / Threads

Arch.

Base / Boost (GHz)

Cache (L2/L3)

TDP / PBP / MTP

Ryzen 9 7950X3D

$669

16 / 32

Zen 4

4.2 / 5.7

144MB (16+128)

120W / 162W

Ryzen 9 7900X3D

$535

12 / 24

Zen 4

4.4 / 5.6

140MB (12+128)

120W / 162W

Ryzen 7 7800X3D

$438

8 / 16

Zen 4

4.2 / 5.0

104MB (8+96)

120W / 162W

Ryzen 7 5800X3D

$289

8 / 16

Zen 3

3.4 / 4.5

100MB (4+96)

105W

*Ryzen 7 5700X3D

???

8 / 16

Zen 3

3.0 / 4.1

99MB (3+96)

???

Ryzen 5 5600X3D

$229

6 / 12

Zen 3

3.3 / 4.4

99MB (3+96)

105W

*Ryzen 5 5500X3D

???

6 / 12

Zen 3

3.0 / 4.0

99MB (3+96)

???

So, you can see the purported new members of the Ryzen 5000 X3D family fill some gaps that will draw the attention of the budget gaming crowd. Those using AM4 motherboards and DDR4 from previous PC builds could find the new chips most attractive. New-build PC enthusiasts and DIYers are probably better off thinking a bit further ahead, going AM5 or seeing what Intel’s next platform offers. Also, don't forget the industry is looking to get us all onto AI PCs starting next year.

Though AM4 might be long in the tooth, these purported new CPUs for those remaining on the platform will broaden the upgrade options. Moreover, we hope for a wider roll-out than the limited availability Ryzen 5 5600X3D we reviewed back in July. We noted that chip offered exceptional gaming performance for the price so it is reasonable to assume the 5700X3D and 5500X3D should be similarly appealing choices.

Looking back at the Ryzen 5 5600X3D launch, we hope that AMD is going to have enough of these new Ryzen 5000 X3D chips to satisfy worldwide demand. If these new AMD Ryzen 7 5700X3D and Ryzen 5 5500X3D processors are indeed on the way it wouldn’t hurt to have fresh / worldwide stocks of the 5600X3D too. In the table above it isn’t hard to guess probable processor price points for any upcoming launch. However, there have been no hints or tips regarding a launch timeframe.

Mark Tyson
Freelance News Writer

Mark Tyson is a Freelance News Writer at Tom's Hardware US. He enjoys covering the full breadth of PC tech; from business and semiconductor design to products approaching the edge of reason.

  • cyrusfox
    How many reject 5800x3d are there still out there??? They already did the limited 5600X3D run at microcenter. One would think this kills the resale value of all lower AM4 Cpu. Clearing inventory, AM4 last hurrah...
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  • Order 66
    I sure hope that it is not limited edition, not that I need one, but I didn't like the fact that the 5600x3d was limited edition. I wonder what the 5500x3d's performance will be like. I think that 3GHz even with 3d cache is pretty low.
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  • Roland Of Gilead
    Order 66 said:
    I sure hope that it is not limited edition, not that I need one, but I didn't like the fact that the 5600x3d was limited edition. I wonder what the 5500x3d's performance will be like. I think that 3GHz even with 3d cache is pretty low.
    Well, we know already from both the 5800x3d and 5600x3d that the clocks will be reduced slightly (hence the drop compared to vanilla 5800x/5600x), so we can at least expect that. I don't think the base clock for either would be 3ghz. Looking at the 5500 the base is 3.6, so prob around that mark for the 3d version.
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  • daworstplaya
    Too little too late, IMHO.
    AMD should've focused on a Zen4 7600x3D and killed of the 7900x3D that nobody wants. If AMD had any sense we would've seen a
    7950x3D
    7800x3D
    7600x3D
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  • gggplaya
    The 5700x3D are likely processors that didn't bin high enough to meet the 5800x3D clock speeds. 4.1ghz is really low! But if it's not 65w TDP and must maintain the 105w TDP just to make 4.1ghz, then these processors are really really bad in stability.
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  • erickmendes
    I had a AM5 7800x3D rig... AM5 seems to be suffering the same memory stability issues that AM4 1st gen suffered... Jayztwocents dropped his 7950x3D rig for an Intel 14900k because of that, you get a 6000 DDR5 kit then after a month or so it gets unstable and start to retrain memory, then it gets stable for some time and rinse and repeat... I had the same issue with 6000 ram on AM5. AM4 is a lot more mature so I went back to my 5800x3D. Intel fields looks good too, it's being fiddleling with DDR5 longer, so it's more mature, still I'm waiting for AMD to get it's DDR5 platforms to work stable so I can jump to it, maybe AM5 B/X700 series motherboards.
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  • phxrider
    It would be nice if they put out a 65w x3d part.
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