AMD’s Ryzen 7000 desktop processors could launch in mid-September, if the internal sources are to be believed.

This rumor comes from DigiTimes (opens in new tab) – not always the most reliable outlet in our experience, but that being said, the supply chain conversation is definitely worth hearing about – and the claim of a mid-September release comes from motherboard manufacturer sources. (These companies are, of course, making AM5 mobos with a new socket for AMD’s high-end desktop chips.)