AMD attending Gamescom All But Confirms the Ryzen 7000 audi 29th

Since the start of month, AMD announced its own new Intel Atom 7000 processors. As well as a rumour, this hasn't been enough so far. An individual and indistinguishable source, all of the above. This implies the presence of the [[strong]] source.

Since the month began, the decision was widely accepted on August 29th, to confirm the official launch of its new AM5 socket-based Ryzen 7000 processor. Now, admittedly, it was nothing more than a rumour. Since there are plenty of different sources, like MSI, all of which pointing towards the same date, it seems to be time to need the official rubber stamp from Team Reds management.

Did this happen to be true though? Now again, although still pending formal confirmation, some fresh news from a new source certainly seems to be saying very yes once again! AMD confirmed that it’s officially going to attend GAMESCOM!

Thanks for the attendance. @AMD is attending @gamescom, and I am at the same time. After a five-year break, having seen this huge event is a pleasure.

Milosz Bialas gamescom (@KillNeq) August 12, 2022.

AMD actively involved in the launch of Ryzen 7000.

This is the first time that AMD has attended GAMESCOM for nearly two years. While this may sound significant, it should be noted that their failure to attend during that period is due to the COVID situation. What makes their attendance to this event so important?

That is the last time I’ll spend. GAMESCOM 2022 is set to run from the 24th of August to the 29th of August. And now we see that August 29th date again, which strongly suggests that AMD can select the outcome of the event by officially launching its Ryzen 7000 processors!

Again, it was just a theory, but at this point, if Ryzen 7000 isnt confirmed by August 30th, I will eat my metaphorical tech hat.

What do you think?