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AMD will be live streaming their Computex 2017 Press Conference

AMD will be streaming their Computex 2017 Press conference

AMD will be streaming their Computex 2017 Press conference

AMD will be streaming their Computex 2017 Press Conference

 
AMD has revealed their plans to live stream their Computex 2017 Press Conference when it takes place on Tuesday, May 30th at 10 am in Taipei Taiwan, which translates to 3 am on May 31st here in the UK. 


At this event, AMD plans on conducting some "never-before-seen" hardware demonstrations and give consumers updates on upcoming AMD products. On the company's Computex 2017 webpage, AMD currently showcases logos for Vega, Ryzen and EPYC, giving a subtle hint at what will be the main attractions at AMD's press conference.   

This event will take place for one hour and will be lead by AMD's CEO Lisa Su and Senior Vice President and General Manager Jim Anderson, with appearances of AMD partners taking place throughout the event. 

AMD will be streaming their Computex 2017 Press conference

  

Those who wish to watch this event live will be able to watch it at this link, though AMD will be offering a replay of this webcast to anyone who was unable to watch it live. 

 

You can join the discussion on AMD's live streamed Computex 2017 Press Conference on the OC3D Forums

 

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25-05-2017, 12:59:14

NeverBackDown
Can't wait for Vega.
Epyc should be interesting tooQuote

25-05-2017, 14:02:39

AngryGoldfish
I wonder will they actually give us something concrete this time. Proper benchmarks that can be fairly and comprehensively compared, availability dates, prices, future plans for Vega. We really need dose deets.Quote

25-05-2017, 14:21:43

Tolemac
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Originally Posted by AngryGoldfish View Post
I wonder will they actually give us something concrete this time. Proper benchmarks that can be fairly and comprehensively compared, availability dates, prices, future plans for Vega. We really need dose deets.
I would say that we wouldn't know this for concrete until the independant reviews are publishedQuote
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