AMD Ryzen 7000 Launch and Release Date Leaked?
Mike Sanders / 6 days ago
With both the AMD Ryzen 7000 and Intel Raptor Lake processor releases expected in the very near future, it’s clearly more than a little frustrating that no official dates have been confirmed as of yet. Albeit, with graphics cards in a similar situation (from AMD, Intel, and Nvidia), while we know there is a lot of new tech on the way, overall, nobody seems to know when it will arrive.
AMD Ryzen 7000 – Launch/Release Schedule Leaks?
Now, as often is the case when it comes to news of this type, take it all with a pretty huge grain of salt. When it comes to dates, with most people with even a passing knowledge of the industry likely having a rough idea of when a new upcoming product should be released, it’s not exactly difficult to, you know, just make something up. Presuming this new information is accurate, however, then the following dates have been suggested for the upcoming schedule of Ryzen 7000:
- AMD Ryzen 7000 Launch – August 29th, 2022, 8:00 PM ET (1 am BST – British Summer Time)
- AMD Ryzen 7000 Review Embargo Lifts – September 13th, 2022, 9:00 AM ET (2 pm BST)
- AMD Ryzen 7000 General Consumer Release– September 15th, 2022, 9:00 AM ET (2 pm BST)
As such, if this information is indeed proven accurate, then the Ryzen 7000 series should be officially announced before the end of this month, and more so, available to purchase in just a little over 6 weeks’ time! – And given that it feels like we’ve been waiting for ages now for these upcoming expected tech releases, is it just me or does this start to feel like really big things are going to be coming exceptionally thick and fast in the very near future?…
AMD Ryzen 7000, AMD Radeon 7000, Intel Raptor Lake, Intel Arc graphics cards, Nvidia 40XX. Put simply, there’s a lot coming before the end of 2022. Rest assured though that we’re more than ready to check it all out and let you know exactly what we think about it!
What do you think though? Are you excited about the upcoming release of Ryzen 7000? Are you planning to be an early adopter of the new AM5 platform? – Let us know in the comments!