© 2022 Zeki Oralhan et al.This research was aimed at presenting performance of 3-dimensional input convolutional neural networks for steady-state visual evoked potential classification in a wireless EEG-based brain-computer interface system. Overall performance of a brain-computer interface system depends on information transfer rate. Parameters such as signal classification accuracy rate, signal stimulator structure, and user task completion time affect information transfer rate. In this study, we used 3 types of signal classification methods that are 1-dimensional, 2-dimensional, and 3-dimensional input convolutional neural network. According to online experiment with using 3-dimensional input convolutional neural network, we reached average classification accuracy rate and average information transfer rate as 93.75% and 58.35 bit/min, respectively. This both results significantly higher than the other methods that we used in experiments. Moreover, user task completion time was reduced with using 3-dimensional input convolutional neural network. Our proposed method is novel and state-of-art model for steady-state visual evoked potential classification.