AMD guarantees to scale back Radeon RX 6000 shortages by ramping up manufacturing
Whereas there’s a chance you’ll battle to seek out the finest graphics card at MSRP till subsequent yr, the drought may finish before anticipated for potential members of the pink workforce. AMD’s CEO Lisa Su advised traders to count on gross sales of its Radeon RX 6000 sequence of graphics playing cards to “develop considerably over the upcoming quarters,” as manufacturing of the GPUs ramps up after “working intently” with its provide chain companions and gaining “extra provide”.
An earlier hearsay instructed AMD could have deliberate to outsource chip manufacturing to Samsung in an try to resolve the issue with TSMC’s booked-up capability, though it sounds prefer it’s discovered some free area with out having to usher in a brand new participant.
It’s not an in a single day answer with the time it would take to manufacture chips and get manufacturing strains operating at full pelt once more, however AMD hopes that the inventory and costs of Radeon graphics playing cards will stabilise within the coming months – which might be music to your ears for those who’re sitting on a seemingly by no means ending ready record.
Take this information with a pinch of salt, although – Nvidia instructed again in February that inventory may enhance by now, however its GPUs are nonetheless exhausting to come back by.