AMD has finally introduced its Ryzen 7000 processors, powered by Zen 4. It will be distributed globally on September 27. But as we’ve seen with so many new product launches, there was some concern about product stock, especially with AMD’s. However CEO Dr. Lisa Sureassured fans that there would be huge stock.
Ryzen 7000 Series processors raise the bar
PC Gamer as reported by At the Zen 4 announcement event Lisa Suof Some questions were asked from viewers about supply chain woes, whether the processor will be a limited edition when it launches next month.
CEO, “If you look at the past 18 months, you’ll see that there have been a lot of issues, such as capacity limitations or logistics. From an AMD perspective, we’ve significantly increased our overall capabilities in terms of processor, substrate conductors, and backend. So we don’t expect any supply restrictions with the launch of Zen 4.” said.
Continuing her explanations, Lisa “Logistically, it takes a little longer for things to arrive in the region. That’s why we’re holding this event at the end of August and will start sales on September 27. Until then, we will send the products to your Region. So people will be able to buy immediately.‘ he answered the questions.
Four Ryzen 7000 series processors released September 27, flagship Ryzen 9 7950X (16 cores/12 threads) for $699, Ryzen 9 7900X (12 cores/24 threads), Ryzen 7700X (8-core/16 threads) for $549 -threaded) for $399 and the Ryzen 5 7600X (6-core/12-threaded) $299. Most of the chips are the result of many new products and some available In times like these, when products are more expensive than expected, it seems quite pleasing that the CPU launch prices of the much-loved previous generation are cheaper.
With the onset of the pandemic, there was an unprecedented demand for consumer electronics products. This, combined with Covid’s impact on manufacturing facilities and the global supply chain, has spawned a semiconductor shortage, where prices skyrocket and availability decreases as Bitcoin and miners take most of the products on the market. Vehicles, consoles, CPU’lar, motherboards and other hardware was affected, but the graphics cards suffered the most.
Of course, as the chip shortage eases And things are different today as sales of expensive products become less attractive to people worried about a turbulent economy. Especially Nvidiais facing the problem of under-selling. The company is so desperate to sell its surplus stock of the RTX 3000 that it continues to lower the prices of the cards. According to the latest rumors, prices are expected to drop even more.
It seems that you, dear Teknolojioku followers, who want to buy a new PC or graphics card, should wait a little longer.
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