A report from Digitimes state that AMD’s Zen CPUs and Intel’s Kaby lake CPUs have both been delayed until Q1 2017, with Intel delaying Kaby Lakes launch due to excess Haswell and Skylake stock and AMD Zen delay having no clear reasoning.
Both of these reports cannot be verified, but if they are true the second half of 2016 has become a much less interesting time for PC enthusiasts. Hopefully, this reported delay for AMD’s Zen CPUs is not a sign that AMD is facing any major problems manufacturing these CPUs.
Right now we do not have any clear launch dates for either Intel’s Kaby lake CPUs or AMD’s Zen CPUs and AM4 platform but reports from Computex have previously hinted at a November release for Kaby Lake and Intel 200-series motherboards.
At this time we cannot verify these reports from Digitimes, but if they are true we are likely not to see any new CPUs until early 2017.
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