Last week, AMD rejected a proposal from its graphics card company to prioritize sales of cards for cryptocurrency over customers who use the card for gaming. This rejection is due to the continued limited supply of the latest GPUs as well as the recent offer of AMD mining cards.
At the Deutsche Bank tech conference in 2021, the company interviewed AMD's chief financial officer on various topics related to AMD's revenue growth. Ross Seymour of Deutsche Bank asked AMD why it's growing in graphics — whether it's helping with cryptography, data centers or mining. “Cryptocurrencies are negligible. This is not a priority for us,” said AMD CEO Devinder Kumar. "We don't prioritize our product or code it for people, it's not for gamers and that's a high priority in this regard. Radeon 6000 series graphics cards, as an engine for growth. p>
Some customers may be skeptical, as Vietnam images leaked in late Last month which appears to be an AMD Navi 12 GPU mining card. Those who buy these cards to mine cryptocurrency like Atrium are just one factor, along with the silicon shortage and the logistical problems caused by the global pandemic. Nvidia's newest RTX 3000 series graphics cards, but improved on Steam charts.
AMD denies it prefers card mining to games