But having a new AMD Ryzen 5000 processing device has been fraught with difficulties. Despite promises of greater availability, people have purchased the chips faster than AMD could supply them.It seems that European countries may be in for some luck. Currently, the Republic of Netherlands (via Tweakers.net) has received various stocks of AMD Ryzen 5 5600X, Ryzen 7 5800X, and Ryzen 9 5950X chips. The Ryzen 9 5900X has already become a hot commodity because of large amount of pre-orders. That indicates that the chip may be in huge demand in coming weeks and months. Germany and neighboring countries had also welcomed similar shipments.
Of course, pricing is also a bit out of whack. The 5820X is available for around €500. If you order the 5900X, you will pay from €750 to €850. The god-tier eight-core Intel Core i9 5950X is available for €950. Next-day delivery is something of a guarantee but due to a few post offices being over-burdened
This cause of AMD’s shortages. One of the problem for AMD is that TSMC’s foundry partner has already reached power.
In addition, AMD chips are also the best CPUs that you can purchase right now. However, Chipzilla is still still ‘on 14 nm’. There is no precise release date for Intel’s chips. Since Intel can launch its chip at a lower price point than AMD, chances are there can be easing of the CPU situation.