AMD promises ‘never-before-seen hardware demonstrations’ for Computex Press Conference

Published: 1st Jun 2018, 20:15 GMT | Comments

AMD Computex 2018 Press Conference

Yesterday’s press release has not really been very informative when it comes to actual details regarding upcoming Computex 2018 press conference that AMD announced. We have just received an email from AMD with slightly more details about the conference.

The event will take place next week on June 6th in Taipei. The marketing campaign has already started and AMD is making sure that all fans will tune in to listen to what Lisa Su and Jim Anderson have to say.

The interesting bit from the email is clearly this line: ‘never-before-seen hardware demonstrations‘ and ‘details showcasing high-performance leadership and innovation‘. This smells a lot like Threadripper 2000, or mysterious Z490 chipset.

AMD also promises ‘updates on current and upcoming products‘. There are few topics that we expect to be covered there. Starting with Radeon Vega Mobile, and by that, I mean actual mobile high-performance gaming chip, not an integrated solution. This is the sixth month after Vega Mobile announcement at CES, so it’s about time we hear more details.

AMD could also shed light on mobile Ryzen H-series, which have made an appearance in 3DMark database. Those are Ryzen 7 2800H and Ryzen 5 2600H.

The manufacturer still has to reveal B450 chipset for mid-range motherboards and few Ryzen 2000 SKUs, such as 2500X or 2300X.

Join the webcast of the AMD COMPUTEX TAIPEI 2018 Press Conference on Wednesday, June 6, 201 at 10 a.m. CST / Taipei

The one-hour event will feature:

  • Updates on current and upcoming AMD products by AMD President and CEO Dr. Lisa Su and Senior Vice President and General Manager, Computing and Graphics Business Group, Jim Anderson
  • Appearances by AMD technology partners
  • Never-before-seen AMD hardware demonstrations and new details showcasing AMD high performance leadership and innovation

by WhyCry

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