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Is there a threat of a delivery bottleneck for AMD CPUs?

Is there a threat of a delivery bottleneck for AMD CPUs?

AMD apparently did not expect such strong demand, otherwise it would not counter the problem that exists now: All K6-2s, Athlon and high-end products that are manufactured and still to be manufactured by the end of the 2nd quarter Athlon processors (Spitfire, Thunderbird) have already found a buyer. Accordingly, one would no longer be prepared for further extra inquiries and delivery bottlenecks could now also threaten AMD.

Apparently AMD appears did not expect such strong demand, otherwise it would not counteract the problem that exists now: All K6-2, Athlon and high-end Athlon processors (Spitfire, Thunderbird) that are manufactured and still to be manufactured by the end of the 2nd quarter ) have already found a buyer. Accordingly, one would no longer be prepared for further extra inquiries and delivery bottlenecks could now also threaten AMD. There are two reasons for this great demand from AMD: On the one hand, Intel is currently struggling with delivery bottlenecks; on the other hand, it can no longer be said that Intel processors are superior to those from AMD. All in all, all these factors ultimately contributed to AMD's 75% profit growth from the first quarter of 2000.

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