AMD’s launch of the ATI Radon HD 5830 reference boards were expected to be made earlier this week. However, an apparent issue with the circuitry that was detected in the eleventh hour has prompted the company to delay the launch of the device and conduct further investigation on the product.
A source speaking to Taiwanese publication, DigiTimes has said
“The issue is related to circuits on the board, and is triggering an error on card makers’ software testing platforms, the sources explained. AMD has already decided to retrieve related boards for further investigation.”
As is evident, AMD has refused to comment on speculations and has insisted that the products are undergoing their normal batch of tests.