Ryzen 5000 production has been accelerated to gain an advantage over Intel Rocket Lake.It is claimed that AMD Ryzen 5000 processors will have more availability in the second quarter of this year.
According to MyDrivers, AMD has managed to increase supply by 20 percent to overcome the demand for Zen 3 desktop processors. It is shared that this increase in supply in the first quarter is a step in the right direction, but far from meeting all consumer needs in Ryzen 5000 production.
Whether AMD sees Intel Rocket Lake processors as a direct threat to Ryzen 5000’s continued success is currently unknown due to usability issues. On the other hand, it is possible that many desktop builders will turn to Intel 11th generation desktop processors, especially the high-end i9-11900K, due to the chip shortage in AMD.
The fact that the Ryzen 5000 is not the only one using all available 7nm silicon from TSMC factories also forced AMD to deal with massive chip demands. In addition, both Microsoft and Sony expect AMD to have special processors required by the Xbox Series X | S and PlayStation 5 game consoles. AMD’s release of the Zen 3 EPYC Milan server chips has also increased demand.
Let’s see if those who want to buy Ryzen 9 5000 processors will be able to get them at the recommended retail prices in the near future.