AMD Ryzen processors are starting to sell out at online retailers and online stores.
AMD announced that they were “sold out” of their new Ryzen CPUs in Q4.
The company said that their first half sales were “very strong” but that they’re going to be “pushing hard to get more”.
AMD also said that it was “working on” getting Ryzen CPUs to retailers and will be “in touch” with them if they need help.
We’ve seen Ryzen chips on sale online in the US and UK for months, but there’s been no word on what retailers and/or retailers will get their hands on them, and it’s unclear how many Ryzen chips will be available.
This is not the first time that AMD has struggled to get Ryzen processors into retailers.
The Ryzen 7 1800X, for example, is out of stock on US and Canadian Amazon sites.
There was a time when Amazon was selling an entire line of Ryzen CPUs, which would have been $3,000 cheaper than the $3.00 price of the CPU.
AMD has also been struggling to sell Ryzen CPUs at full retail prices, with the company only selling the cheapest Ryzen CPUs on US shelves for the past month.
AMD is hoping that the demand for Ryzen will keep rising over the next few months.
The stock of AMD Ryzen chips is now at just over half of what it was before the launch of Ryzen 7 chips.
It’s still not a great track record for AMD, but AMD is aiming for a sales increase of 5-10% this year, according to TechRadar.
We’ll update this story if AMD has any announcements regarding Ryzen sales.