Yes, they did.AMD did not promise support for AM4 until 2020. They also didn't promise every new CPU will work on every AM4 motherboard.
"In 2016, we made a pretty bold commitment to you: we would continue to support AMD Socket AM4 until 2020." This was in their promotional material as well, and when they tried to back out and got backlash they apologized and blamed "lack of resources", then "lack of ROM space on motherboards", and "we only meant the socket for manufacturers, not the CPU". Every cop out that, if intel or nvidia pulled, would result in an internet flame mob big enough to bankrupt the company.
That is a cop-out. If you support a socket, you support a socket. Anything short of supporting the next generation on the socket is disingenuous at best and outright false advertising at worst.Again, with AM5, AMD does not promise every CPU will work on every AM5 motherboard.
Also, literally in the review you are commenting on:
"Meanwhile, AMD has already committed to the AM5 socket through 2025 which should see at least two more CPU generations on AM5."
Stop trying to meatshield a multi million dollar company and learn to read.
Well, outside of meaning that anyone who doesnt have watercooling wont be able to use anywhere near the full power of that expensive $300 entry level chip they just bought, and rapid excessive heat cycling being REALLY hard on solder joints, no there is no problem.I cannot see any problem with 95 degrees.