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The release of AMD Ryzen 7000 Zen 4 processors had to be postponed

The AMD Ryzen 7000 Zen 4 processor and the corresponding AM5 platform didn’t seem to be an easy release. Before the presentation on August 29, several rumors surfaced that said the chips could face a slight delay. Although AMD has confirmed that the official presentation will take place on August 29, the actual sales will open only in a few weeks or even a month. We previously reported in our own exclusive that the launch could be delayed until September 27, the same day that the 13th Gen Intel Raptor Lake processor is unveiled. There are more rumors now (I don’t know if it’s appropriate to call them rumors now given that these reports come from insiders working closely with motherboard manufacturers who are aware of what’s going on) that the launch has indeed been delayed, and AMD has asked for a new non-disclosure agreement, more or less confirming the new launch date.

One thing I want to be clear is that the August 29th event will be an “announcement” and not an actual “launch” that was supposed to take place in September. Previously, the launch was scheduled for September 15, but most recently it was postponed to September 27. And now we know that the main reason for this delay is due to the BIOS. As with every generation of Zen, the BIOS was an important part that went through various changes to improve CPU and memory support. This time, as with the AM4 platform, the manufacturer needs to make a lot of changes.

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