Then 5700 non-XT was paper launch as you can still get 5700 XT, not non-XT is no longer available while AMD did not officially announce EOL. Did you know that all Tesla cars on streets are still paper launch by your logic? I can tell you, there is one company that would love you to be true. And that's intel. Because they are bleeding money left and right as their clients are queuing for AMD. And again. I could have got all of them on launch day. Day later and so on. You want to pick one out of 4 released chip as example (5900X), because it is currently only chip that's unavailable. But you are not thinking. 5600X is available. It is AMD's choice to balance how many 6C/12T chiplets go to 5900X and how many go into 5600X. AMD is not oracle to know future. And neither is you. Actually, you are as far from someone who has any sort of foresight as anyone can be. AMD did not expect that people will go for 5900X that much. And as they now have better knowledge on demand for each part, it is easy for them to fix it. They are making more money per 5900X than they make per two 5600X anyway. It is just question of shifting production, and logistics. And all your crying about Physical world not being internet fast is pointless. It takes time to deliver product form one continent to another.