AMD is by all accounts confronting a few significant issues identified with dealing with the interest of its Radeon R9 Fury GPUs. As indicated by the new media report, the U.S.- based chip designer is not able to supply enough R9 Fury chips to its AIB accomplices.

AMD Unable to Ship Enough Radeon R9 Fury Chips to its AIB Partners

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The Radeon R9 Fury (non-X) was launched a week ago at $549. The card is based on the Fiji Pro GPU packed with a 4 GB of High Bandwidth Memory (HBM). In terms of performance the Radeom R9 Fury can be situated between GTX 980 and GTX 980 Ti. Be that as it may, before offers of the most current card could even be begun, AMD is as of now experiencing constrained stock issues.

A report from Hardwareluxx claims that the principle explanation for this scenario is the postponement of reference and custom boards. This doesn’t come as an amazement as the entire dispatch of the new Fiji based cards has been a bumpy road for AMD.

Initially, the organization needed to defer the item on a few events, just to dispatch on June 24. At that point the dispatch did accompany its own hitches; while AMD effectively made its new GPUs fundamentally shorter utilizing the creative HBM, its decision to utilize liquid cooling did not so much pay. It brought about creating high-pitched whine, however the organization has subsequent to included a settle that determined the commotion issue.

On the other hand, the hard time that AMD confronts may be considered starting no importance as the chipmaker can’t send enough Radeon R9 Fury-series GPUs to its load up accomplices.

AMD has more than 10 AIB partners, who authoritatively purchase GPUs from the organization. Be that as it may, just three of them, to be specific Asustek Computer, XFX and Sapphire Technology, will offer AMD Radeon R9 Fury cards in the begin. In the long run, different accomplices including Gigabyte Technology, MicroStar International, and PowerColor will start offering the most recent chips. Be that as it may, at to begin with, as the source reports, restricted amounts of these chips will be accessible from two of AMD’s accomplices.

There’s no telling exactly what number of Fiji-based chips AMD could get from its accomplices at Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., so it’s essentially unrealistic to think about to what extent AMD would take to take care of this issue – which is really genuine right now.

Neither AMD nor its accomplices have remarked on the story till now.