New data just a few hours before the announcement suggests that the Ryzen 7000 processors will be on sale earlier than recently claimed. In this case, the earlier data are correct.
The source says that the start of sales is still scheduled for September 15, as originally planned. Recall, it was recently said that the launch was postponed to September 27 due to an unfinished BIOS. However, AMD decided to bring the Ryzen 7000 to market early, perhaps not to coincide with Intel.
At the same time, motherboards will really appear in stores only on September 27, that is, it will not be possible to assemble a finished PC immediately after the launch of the CPU. At the same time, on September 27, only models based on the older X670 chipset will appear on sale, and more affordable motherboards based on the B650 will be released on October 10.
Recall, today it became known earlier that the new AMD processors will not rise in price regarding predecessors.