AMD Ryzen 7000 processor has been delayed to September 27 due to BIOS problems

AMD has now announced that it will hold the Ryzen 7000 processor conference on August 30. The launch time was initially reported to be September 15, but the latest news said that it will be postponed to September 27. listed.

According to VideoCardz, the reason for the delay in the listing of AMD Ryzen 7000 processors is a BIOS issue.

AMD Ryzen 7000 uses a new AM5 platform, adding support for DDR5 memory and PCIe 5.0 SSD, so there are more places to test and optimize.

AMD will release the parameters and price of the Ryzen 7000 on August 30, and it will not be available until nearly a month later, which will give AMD and its partners time for optimization and testing.

The approximate parameters of AMD Ryzen 7000 have been exposed, and interested partners can design an installation plan according to their needs.

  • R9 7950X: 16 cores, up to 5.7GHz, L2 + L3 cache 16+ 64MB, 170W TDP
  • R9 7900X: 12 cores, up to 5.6GHz, L2+L3 cache 12+ 64MB, 170W TDP
  • R7 7700X: 8 cores, up to 5.4GHz, L2+L3 cache 8+ 32MB, 105W TDP
  • R5 7600X: 6 cores, up to 5.3GHz, L2+L3 cache 6+ 32MB, 105W TDP

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