LOL. Aside from the 'source': Sense dictates that this is total nonsense. Why would they even tease people with 16 cores if this were the case. And why the hell would they launch Navi so soon if there were supply issues? However good Navi is, they'll never sell as many or make as much profit as with the Zen 2 chips. If they were that severely supply constrained, there's no possible way they'd have simultaneously launched Ryzen 3 and Navi, with availability pencilled in until July the 7th. Nor is it likely they'd have announced the 12 core for that date either (it would have been TBC). Navi could have waited until autumn. Makes zero sense. The much, much bigger Vega 20 chip is apparently hitting good yields now, and there have been no reports of unexpected hold ups with TSMC 7nm. Also, what low clocks is he speaking of?