The Sunvale company brought with it all its key technological promises, and also provided us with proof of practical capability
AMD was able to generate significant interest in this year's CES show, despite not actually announcing all the products we hoped to get from it. Her official booth at the show illustrated to us that the company is very interested in returning to the center of the stage, with quite a few new products, fresh technologies - and teasers for the near future designed to leave us with a taste for more, of course.
Great Pride - Advanced Motherboards
Like its partners, too AMD She has showcased some of the new AM4 brackets that have been announced and unveiled as part of the exhibition, all with interesting specifications that finally feel like the modern era - and all with a graceful sticker with the logo of RYZEN Where the new generation of processors should sit. Come on - come on already!
Is becoming increasingly popular among computer designers
Alongside the motherboards, we've also seen advanced gaming systems from a number of manufacturers on the shelf - which may not sound like an unprecedented one, but it's worth noting that until recently the developer was having a hard time finding partnering for its processing products (those based on bulldozer architecture and its derivatives), and so This positive change and renewed interest is definitely a big deal for her and for us, the consumers.
Saving electricity and enjoying proper gaming
AMD also presented its stand-Radeon Its new Chill, which offers the potential for significant power savings and much cooler processing of the system components, by setting a custom threshold for the different gaming runs - the software and hardware system ensures that the selected performance is kept stable at all times and at the same time, ensuring that the graphics card Consume only the energy it needs, with a minimum of unnecessary waste. Very nice - especially if you are also the ones who pay the electricity company bill eventually.
Doom at a murderous pace
For dessert, we've seen the company with its most impressive gaming display goal so far - running the Doom 2016 model at its highest quality, at resolution 4k Maximum frame rate that never fell below 60 per second, all based on a new and sophisticated Ryzen processor and a new and mysterious video card based on the X-Vega. Lust for the eyes - and a great promise for the future.