In the year 2020, there were not many options that were available for people who were seeking high performance along with a powerful discrete graphical processor. Thus, it was concluded that not many devices available at that stage were able to give the needed output which was expected by many users. Hence, at the end of the day, what we got was underperforming Intel processors, and also, underachieving NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060. Thus, it was AMD’s Ryzen 4000 series that saved the day, and hence, AMD came to save the day. This is where the situation changed.
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The thing is that availability of the limited graphic of the notebooks which were powered by the AMD Ryzen 4000 series was rather low. Hence, it can be said that there was something surprising in the whole story. The story behind the limited supply of these notebooks was dug out by the folks at PurePC.pl who then claimed that NVIDIA and Intel had something to do with all of this.
Thus, the folks at PurePC.pl have said that it was ambiguous that there was no sign of any kind of explanation regarding the limited supply of AMD Ryzen powered notebooks. But, one of the unnamed sources of the folks at PurePC.pl has confirmed that was the involvement of NVIDIA and Intel behind the scenes who decided to work together, and thus, the result was the low supply and the shortage.
Also, it was covered that there was a dirty agreement between the two companies NVIDIA and Intel and this led to the situation. According to this agreement between the two countries, only the top Comet Lake-H CPUs were to be coupled with high-end NVIDIA GPUs. Thus, this is some kind of dirty thing that the 2 companies have done if of course, it is true although, no source has come out and confirmed this out loud.
Also, there is the absence of any kind of solid material that would actually cause the eyebrows to be raised at Intel or NVIDIA but, it is a fact that in the past, the company has hindered the progress of many companies like AMD and hence, in the same way, made deals under the radar so as to slow down the sale and growth of several devices. But, for now, the OEMs are doing better than the AMD.