Boost Your Gaming Performance with AMD Raphael X3D Processors on GIGABYTE Motherboards

Enabling AMD 3D V-CacheTM technology by updating the latest BIOS and drivers to unleash all advantages from the new processor

February 28th, 2023 – GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY Co. Ltd, a leading manufacturer of motherboards, graphics cards, and hardware solutions, announced today that GIGABYTE X670, B650 motherboard lineup with advanced configuration provides a perfect match for the latest AMD Raphael X3D processors with 3D V-CacheTM technology. This match delivers remarkable improvements on gaming performance for building ultimate gaming systems.

AMD first launched 3D V-CacheTM technology on RyzenTM 7 5800X3D processors in 2022 and made it one of the best gaming CPUs. Now AMD brings 3D V-CacheTM technology to Zen4 and introduces AMD RyzenTM 9 7950X3D, RyzenTM 9 7900X3D, and upcoming RyzenTM 7 7800X3D processors with superior gaming performance. This new generation 3D V-Cache CPUs with more cores also raise L3 cache up to 128MB, and boost gaming performance thanks to the extra 64MB cache of 3D V-Cache.

As a leading role of motherboard manufacturer, GIGABYTE always work closely with AMD to prepare the hardware and firmware design ready for new processors from the initial design stage. Furthermore, GIGABYTE’s RD team cooperated with AMD to validate the latest AMD BIOS AGESA code, and provides up-to-date BIOS and drivers for X670 and B650 motherboards to unleash all advantages from new processors. Users can start enjoying the new processors on gaming experience and performance once they download the latest BIOS from GIGABYTE’s official site and update it.

The latest BIOS and driver of GIGABYTE X670 and B650 motherboards for AMD RyzenTM 9 7950X3D, RyzenTM 9 7900X3D, and upcoming RyzenTM 7 7800X3D processors has been uploaded to the official website. Users can update the BIOS by their familiar ways as @BIOS and Q-Flash, or utilize Q-Flash Plus without installing any processor, memory or even graphics card to enjoy the benefits from new BIOS code and processors. Please check out GIGABYTE’s website for more information: