The chip developer's CEO will get the main stage at the big hardware show in Taiwan at the end of next month - and the network is convinced that the timing will be used to announce both a new generation of Processors And a new generation of video cards
Company AMD Back to the center stage in the hardware market in recent years, after a not at all simple period of shuffling and technological lag - we got the best illustration of this probably in the fact that her press conference became one of the main events of the CES 2019 show in Las Vegas. The same event provided us with the announcement of the ticketsRadeon VII, and the introduction of the C-Zen 2 which will be used by future processors - and now it seems that the Red Camp is planning to gain attention also in the largest exhibition in the East, Computex 2019.
Dr. Lisa Sue, CEO of AMD, will deliver the keynote address at the exhibition on May 27 - and the prophecies on the network predict that it will also provide us with an introduction to the first video cards based on the 7-nm Navi architecture (second generation, time That the competitor NVIDIA Has not yet revealed its own first generation based on the lithography) and with the third generation Ryzen processors, which will be based on the same cores Zen 2 Spoken.
The latest estimates are that we will see the Matisse processors, the code name for the third desktop Ryzen generation, first coming in with chip Single chip and up to eight physical processing cores, apparently with significantly lower power consumption than previous generations, before possible progress for models with up to 16 processing cores in the mainstream market (and 32 to 64 cores in the high market models) - all alongside updated motherboards based on the chipset X570, But also saving backwards compatibility for the X370 and X470 boards.
At the same time, the Navi architecture should be flexible and effective enough to replace both Polaris and Vega, with the estimates that mass intermediates will reach the stores first,Radeon RX 500 as a whole.
At the moment these are only speculations and should be treated as such - but there is no doubt that particularly interesting months lie ahead of us, in most categories of the hardware market. Watch for more updates coming soon!