AMD, Nvidia and Intel are all reportedly playing their cards close to their chests when it comes to their upcoming release schedules, and even the manufacturers most closely involved in the process are being kept in the dark, a DigiTimes report claims. That’s perhaps why you also shouldn’t also believe said third-parties when they say AMD Ryzen 4000 processors won’t launch this year, too.

Yes, it’s that time again when AMD Ryzen 4000 CPUs, the next-gen chips from the red team, are said to be delayed beyond 2020. The latest report from DigiTimes (translated via chiakokhua on Twitter) says that sources at motherboard manufacturers claim existing Ryzen chips are still selling so well that AMD is extending their life cycle, and will instead aim to release Ryzen 4000 chips at CES 2021 next January.

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