corres wrote: ↑
Wed Nov 06, 2019 9:14 am
I think the prices are determined mainly the production expenses, the market situations and the expectation of those products.
Production costs have only the slightest influence on the market price.
As we can read in reports there are some problems with 3rd.gen Ryzens: Capacity of 7 nm production is limited, stability issue caused by the discrepancy between CPU and motherboards, lack of appropriate coolers because of the too low TDP given by AMD and the high density of thermal production, issues with X570 motherboard specially designed for 3.rd gen Ryzens, etc.
I read as much as I can find on 3rd gen Ryzen chips. I haven't heard of ANY problems with them. Sounds like TOTAL BS to me! Looking at sales volume AMD is out producing Intel on the desktop by a significant margin. If anyone is having supply problems its INTEL!
I haven't heard of any significant problems with MB incompatibility with Ryzen 3000. Please give us a few examples!
LACK OF APPROPRIATE COOLERS???? 3rd Gen. Ryzen uses less power than previous generations, so why do you think cooling is an issue? You can buy (off the shelf) air coolers rated at greater than 400 watts TDP. So, which Ryzen chips do you think need more heat dissipation than this?
What issues with X570 MB's are you referring to specifically?
Sounds to me like you're purposely trying to spread fear, uncertainty, and discontent. Good luck with that.
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