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So, looking at Mindfactory‘s December sales figures, they sold 1,320 5950x and 1,080 5900x. Sounds pretty decent for rather expensive high end CPU.To clarify this questions, yes in the case of the 5600x and the 5800x I agree that there is enough of those SKUs around.
But this numbers are not showing the reality of the other 2 SKUs that were released: the 5900x and the 5950x Those go from rare and very briefly available still after months from the official release to being fully unavailable for weeks upon weeks at the time.
So to clarify these kinds of questions, I can concede the 2 lower SKUs for Ryzen 5000 are somewhat decent. But this is not true of the other SKU.
Also none of you guys are even acknowledging how utterly non-existent is the 6800 and 6800xt I'd be surprised if it's even 1% of the parts ever made available at retail when compared to the 5600x. It just doesn't exists outside of reviewer hands period.
They actually sold more 5900x or 5950x than any Intel CPU that month and this includes the dirt cheap 10400F.
As for the 6x00 series cards, right now all models are available at that retailer - unlike the RTX 3080 and below.
Looking at the numbers, they have sold 620 RX 6900 and 345 RTX 3090 which is odd considering nVidia‘s 80% dGPU market share, the fact that the 3090 was released about 2 1/2 months before the 6900XT and we‘re pretending that only AMD has supply issues.
Again, it‘s just one retailer in one market but still.