Reports say AMD Ryzen 7000 CPUs could be delayed for some worrying reasons. For the Zen 4 CPUs being pushed back, the blame could be put on issues related to BIOS.
Reports Say AMD Ryzen 7000 CPUs Could be Delayed
If further rumors making the waves on the internet are to be believed, then it just might be that AMD’s Ryzen 7000 CPUs have been delayed in terms of the on-sale date as to when the chips will hit the shelves.
And most times, you should be skeptical about this news as the source behind it is not really the strongest when it comes to leaks, the Chiphell forums in China, but this however has provided accurate enough leakage back in the past at certain times. This rumor however is coming from a reviewer on Chiphell who posted to claim that AMD has now changed the NDA (non-disclosure agreement) to account for a launch that’s now postponed.
The Release Date Has Been Pushed Back To September 29
As may have recalled, many rumors in the past all contented that AMD was aiming for a stipulated September release date for the Zen 4 CPUs, following up a launch event that has now been confirmed for august 29 (this was initially the rumored date which then turned out to be correct). And now the release date has been pushed back to September 29 which the aforementioned reviewer reckons.
The leaker even provided a reason as to why this was the cause. The reason is all due to AMD having to tweak and tune the BIOS further with that evidently requiring a bit more work than what was initially anticipated.