CEO of Microsoft Telecom AMD: Encouraged to produce more chips for the Xbox console

Microsoft released the Xbox Series X console last November. On second-hand platforms, while the price rise is not as extreme as the PS5, having one is still not so easy. There are several reasons why Xbox Series X game consoles are out of stock, but AMD’s chip supply seems to be one of them, according to Phil Spencer, Microsoft’s vice president of game business.

A few days earlier, while producing a podcast, Spencer announced that AMD had been encouraged to produce more chips. “We are doing our best to produce game consoles, and the assembly line is running at full capacity.”We’re doing our best to produce game consoles, and the assembly line is running at full capacity.”Last week, I also talked with AMD’s Su Zifeng on the phone. The topic around is how Microsoft can get more chips.”I also spoke on the phone with AMD’s Su Zifeng last week. The question is how to get more chips from Microsoft.

The Xbox Series X CPU this year is allegedly built on AMD Zen2, the GPU is based on the AMD RDNA2 architecture, and the chip is manufactured under the 7nm production line of TSMC.

From Microsoft’s argument, it’s not hard to evaluate, the scarcity of PS5 obviously has variables in the tight supply of AMD chips.