Dr. Lisa Su, the president of AMD invites us to Computex for a presentation of a new generation.
If the immediate news is dictated by the return to stock at a normal price of graphics cards, the manufacturers are actually preparing their weapons for a greater confrontation which must arrive in the months to come. The one with the most work to do is AMD, from which we expect a lot.
From now on, the brand’s calendar is becoming clearer since Dr. Lisa Su, the firm’s president, is meeting us at Computex for a conference on May 23, 2022 at 8:00 a.m., Paris time. Remember that Computex is an annual show in Taiwan where hardware giants meet to present their new products.
What can we expect from the conference?
Officially, AMD promises to discuss its vision “ next-generation innovations on desktops and laptops “. We can therefore expect new products and we know that the brand is preparing a lot of them. It is the entirety of its technological platform that the firm seems to be renewing. It’s hard to imagine the brand revealing everything at once, but here are the various works in progress at AMD, which could be the subject of a presentation at Computex.
First there is the new AM5 platform, which should allow PC motherboards to move to the next generation by supporting both PCI Express 5.0 and DDR5. It is this platform that will serve as support for the brand’s next processors. It is therefore a fundamental base that we can quite imagine seeing AMD present as early as this month of May.
We are also thinking of the next generation of AMD Ryzen 7000 processors and the AMD Zen 4 architecture that should accompany it. There is talk of a switch to TSMC 5nm and a significant improvement in performance.
Perhaps the most anticipated is the presentation of the RDNA 3 graphics architecture that future Radeon RX 7000s should use. We think, however, that this part should have the right to its dedicated conference. Indeed, the RDNA 3 generation should be a breakthrough generation for AMD if the brand adopts its MCM design which has made the success of Ryzen in recent years. We expect an exhibition of performance with or without ray tracing, in the hope of finally catching up with its longtime competitor, Nvidia and its GeForces.
See you on May 23 to find out exactly what the brand is up to.
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