The upcoming AMD Ryzen 7000 (“Raphael”) series Zen 4 RDNA 2 CPUs, which will be compatible with the four desktop processors Ryzen 9 7950X and 7900X, Ryzen 7 7700X and Ryzen 5 7600X is scheduled for this quarter, is currently determining the rumor mill and, according to it, will only appear later. The release is now scheduled for September 27th.
AMD is said to have postponed the release by 12 days
After MSI had confirmed the launch of the AM5 platform via the Chinese platform Weibo for September 15 just a few days ago, after AMD had already announced the current third quarter for the release shortly before , there are rumors that the official market launch will be postponed for several days. Instead of September 15th, the four desktop CPUs with RDNA 2 graphics unit should now only be available for purchase on September 27th.
And Intel head-on! AMD adjusts Zen4 sharp dragon 7000 processor launch date: 13 generation Core on the same dayhttps://t.co/DBFTR5oYvU
— HXL (@9550pro) August 15, 2022
Interference fire for the Intel ON and Raptor Lake
AMD itself has not yet officially confirmed any of the three recently leaked dates, which is why the old agenda for the presentation and first independent reviews as well as the release can still be up to date. The new date would fall on the same day as Intel ON, the successor to the Intel Developer Forum.
The AMD with Intel's new Core i 13000 series ( “Raptor Lake”), which will probably also be a topic at Intel ON and would like to steal the show, is currently purely speculative, because Intel has not yet announced any official dates.
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