When AMD unveiled its new Ryzen 7000 collection CPUs on Monday evening, a pure query to come back out of it was availability. Supplies have been restricted for CPUs and different PC parts for the higher a part of the final two years, which may make individuals anticipate extra of the identical for any new product lunch. As reported by PC Gamer, AMD CEO Dr. Lisa Su, nevertheless, doesn’t imagine there might be any provide points for AMD Ryzen 7000.
In chatting with gathered members of the media on the reveal presentation, Su admitted that whereas the final couple of years have been robust, issues are anticipated to be higher with the brand new processors.
“It is true that if you look at the past 18 months there have been a number of things, whether its capacity limitations or logistics,” Su mentioned. “From an AMD standpoint, we have dramatically increased our overall capacity, in terms of wafers, as well as substrates and on the back end. So with our launch of Zen 4 we don’t expect any supply constraints.”
Logistics will enhance for launch
She added that the explanation to have the occasion a month earlier than the retail launch of the brand new processors is to ensure sufficient get to the varied areas across the globe.
“So we’re having this event at the end of August and we’re on sale on September 27,” she defined. “One of the reasons for that time, frankly, is to make sure that we do have product in region so that people can really look at buying across the board.”
Clearly, listening to that information ought to convey a smile to AMD followers and put any points comfy a bit. That mentioned, till the brand new processors truly launch, there’s nonetheless going to be skepticism on whether or not that may really be the case. For now, nevertheless, customers will simply should take Su at her phrase.
The AMD Ryzen 7000 collection CPUs launch, with hopefully sufficient provide, on September 27, and retail starting at $299 USD.