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Old 31-12-19, 11:45 AM
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AMD confirms that Zen 2's supply issues were not a "TSMC Issue"

AMD didn't order enough parts, it's as simple as that.



Read more about AMD's early Zen 2 supply issues not being a "TSMC issue".

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I've seen a couple of people very frustrated with AMD for not being able to buy a 3900X. I can imagine some may have gone with an Intel CPU instead.
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Why go Intel when all they had to do was wait a couple of weeks? I missed the first shipment (preorders) of the 3900X but got one within a few days afterwards @mrsp.

Go into Enterprise and you'll see shortages! Tier1s massively complaining about availability for Intel mobile sku's and Xeon's with 14 week lead times.
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