It’s been a while since we heard news of AMD’s Ryzen 7000 and 600 series motherboard launch, which was apparently slated for September 15th. This was confirmed by AMD itself during one of its meetings with partners and motherboard manufacturers. However, it turns out that there seems to be a change in plans and now the new desktop series is launching on September 27 – two weeks later than the originally speculated date.
The launch date was rumored to have circulated after AMD informed partners of the potential delay. This news has somehow managed to reach the ears of MyDrivers who claim to have their own sources and have confirmed that the new launch date is September 27th. Interestingly, Intel has scheduled its Innovation event on the same date.
Intel uses this event platform to introduce the 13th-generation Raptor Lake-S series, the company’s latest desktop series with up to 24 cores. On the same day, AMD has planned its hard launch, which means that the product will be available in the market by then. So far, however, both companies have not made any official statement regarding product launches and announcements regarding this new date.
The announcement date for the Ryzen 7000 series remains August 29/30 on the site, which could mean the date won’t change at all. AMD is expected to introduce four Ryzen 7000 SKUs that will contain up to 16 Zen4 cores. Some leaked pricing information suggests that the flagship 7950X CPU model could cost more than the 5950X.
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