AMD Reportedly Increasing Supply of Ryzen 5000 Series Processors Soon

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AMD will reportedly increase the supply of its popular Ryzen 5000 Series processors in the second quarter of 2021. The rumor originates from China’s ChannelGate, which shared a story claiming that red team will boost the production of its Zen 3-based chips by around 20 percent relative to the previous quarter. This is great news for AMD fans who have had a hard time finding Ryzen 5000 Series processors due to ongoing shortages.

AMD CPUs are indeed too short in the Q1 quarter of 2021, and the supply of integrated display CPUs is even more lacking, resulting in poor sales of the AMD platform. The biggest factor is that AMD’s own supply has some problems. However, it is understood that AMD has released news that the supply of CPU in the mainland market in the Q2 quarter of 2021 will be improved. It is understood that the AMD 5000 series will increase the supply in Q2, and it is expected that it will increase by about 20% relative to Q1.

Sources: ChannelGate, Wccftech

Tsing Mui
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