If we were to look at their prior Ryzen launches, the first-gen desktop processors came out in early March of 2017 for the higher-end models, with the mid-range models coming in April. Second-gen Ryzen came in April of 2018, about 13.5 months after the initial first-gen launch. Third-gen Ryzen launched in early July of 2019, about 14.5 months later. So, if one were to go by that ~14 month cadence as an indication of when fourth-gen might launch, that would put the release sometime around early September, give or take a few weeks, making for a late summer or early fall release.Good to know AMD is still on track but i would expect Zen 3 to be released closer to December than summer. Their cadence so far seems to be just over 12 months.