Intel confirms shortage Skylake processors




Intel confirms that there are shortages of its processors on the Skylake architecture. The company does after the CEO of Asus in the discussion of the quarterly call that all manufacturers, not just Asus does not have enough Skylake processors.

Intel expects that in the course of the third quarter more Skylake processors can supply manufacturers, writes KitGuru. Because it is already mid-August, it will come down in September This means that the processors with hardware on the basis of Skylake in many cases, only be provided thereafter. Intel did not comment on why there is a shortage, but relies on the strong demand. ”

The processor designer fix the problem after the CEO of Asus in his discussion of the quarterly deficit mentioned in passing, as an answer to the question of how the release of Skylake would affect sales in the ‘back to school’ period. “In July we saw something negative. In July and August, we could only use old Intel chips and in September we will produce many Skylake products. But we expect a significant deficit of Skylake worldwide, not only for Asus. Therefore, we in Windows August 10, but Skylake but takes a very small percentage accounted for. ”

Next week, Intel holds its IDF conference for developers, which it probably will share more information about the availability of products with Skylake. The Intel Developer Forum runs from Tuesday to Thursday and will be held in San Francisco.


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