NVIDIA confirms its January 4th CES 2022 Executive Keynote, AMD and Intel to host press conferences on the same day

Published: Dec 7th 2021, 08:08 GMT   Comments

NVIDIA joins AMD and Intel with new product announcements on January 4th

Early January to kick off with multiple announcements from all 3 major players. conferences

It only took a few days, but NVIDIA has finally confirmed it will have its own event at CES 2022. Following AMD and Intel who will host press conferences during or at CES 2022, NVIDIA is to host an executive keynote. Since the event website does not confirm NVIDIA CEO participation it is very likely that other executives will be part of the keynote.

Officially, NVIDIA is to talk about accelerated computing, autonomous machines, and gaming. Obviously, the biggest expectations come from the gaming segment where NVIDIA might finally reveal its RTX 3090 Ti flagship graphics card alongside its new high-end RTX 3080 Ti and 3070 Ti Laptop GPUs.

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The January 4th schedule is tight. Just an hour sooner than NVIDIA, AMD will have its own virtual conference (which is not officially part of CES 2022). And just 2 hours after NVIDIA hosts its keynote, Intel will have its 45-minute press event, likely to be focusing on mobile CPUs and (finally) GPUs.

January Press Conference Schedule
January 4th07:00 – ? PST
15:00 – ? GMT
AMD Ryzen 6000 “Rembrandt
AMD Ryzen with 3D V-Cache
“Upcoming Graphics Solutions”
RX 6500XT/6400 (desktop)
January 4th08:00 – ? PST
16:00 – ? GMT
GeForce RTX 3090 Ti, 3080 12GB, 3070Ti 16GB (Desktop)
GeForce RTX 3080 Ti/3070Ti Laptop GPU
January 4th10:00 – 10:45 PST
18:00- 18:45 GMT
12th Gen Core Alder Lake-P (Mobile)
12th Gen Core non-K “Alder Lake-S” (Desktop)
Arc Alchemist Mobile


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