AMD RYZEN 7000 processors may be delayed due to BIOS issues


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AMD, which is still working on the new generation of Ryzen 7000 processors with Zen 4 architecture, may face an unexpected delay in the processors’ exit date due to BIOS issues.

AMD may face an unexpected delay despite recently confirming that the Ryzen 7000 processor family will be introduced on August 29th.

As previously stated, the AMD Board of Directors and numerous company sources claimed that the Ryzen 7000 processors would be released on September 15th. According to a new leak, AMD is experiencing BIOS issues, which will result in a two-week delay in processors.

On the other hand, because AMD confirms the processor announcement, the BIOS issues are minor, and this is primarily due to optimization. Because the chip giant’s new processors will be the first consumer platform to support AM5, DDR5, and PCIe Gen 5.

Rumor has it that the new generation Ryzen 7000 processors, along with the 13th generation Rapor Lake processor family, will be released on September 27th.

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