According to the news from Bo Intel,B360 chipset production will be cut by as much as 30% from October, so the fourth quarter supply will be limited to a serious shortage.Distributors must pay attention to the balance between sales and inventory, and consumers will face the embarrassing situation of not being able to buy or rising prices.
The reason for the specific reduction is unclear, but we believe that the tension with 14nm is not enough.
But the problem is that the B360 motherboard is Intel's main selling force in the mainstream market, and many people choose to buy it.CoREPentium and even Cylon's preferred collocation motherboard, now suddenly cut production, will inevitably lead to market turmoil.
As for why to take such a key product knife, it is a bit confusing, perhaps to give priority to ensuring more profit-making high-end products?
More than that.At least Asus has announced earlier this month that all models of the H110 series of entry-level motherboards will be priced up, with the cost expected to rise by around $10 in October.