I was talking mostly about 2600 and 1600 vs the 3600. For a while it was something like this:Regarding 1600AF hurting sales of 2600, this is a very small sample size (sales numbers of last week for one of Germany's biggest online sellers of CPUs), but Mindfactory's target audience should know better than this.
Doesn't look like a problem for AMD at all.
$100 1600, $150 2600 and $200 3600, since the 3600 lowered in price getting the 2600 makes no sence and i can see there the 3600 is the most sold AMD on mindfactory today. But at the end it will depend on pricing, not sure about the prices on mindfactory.de
It could be a supply issue too, as 1600AFs are harder to get.
The 2600 is widely avalible all over the world and i can still get it from local and international suppliers in large quantities, compare that to the 3400G that is MIA.Based on what? The only halfway-decent numbers we have typically come from mindfactory.de, and as much as I love getting their data, it doesn't tell us all that much. Plus recent data is skewed thanks to Covid-19. Regardless, we have no idea what's left in the channel and what is fresh product unless someone buying 2600s shows us some dates from the lid.
Well that was my point, they are trying to get rid of Zen 2 chiplet stock ahead of Zen 3 launch.Too many for who? They're gonna do something with those wafers, so may as well sell product.
For 12nm not sure what happened, maybe Renoir is later than expected, ot the mobile demand is far higher than expected, but the 3400G should have not stop existing like this, Picasso production fell way short.