AMD officially announces their “Capsaicin Live” webcast

AMD officially announces their

AMD officially announces their “Capsaicin Live” webcast

 
AMD has now officially announced their “Capsaicin Live” webcast, which will take place on February 28th at GDC 2017 and will reveal new details surrounding their new Vega GPU architecture. 
 
This event will take place at 10:30 am PST (18:30 GMT) and will take place for around an hour. This Live event will be livestreamed at Radeon.com and will be available to view on demand on YouTube within an hour of the initial broadcast. 
 
At this event, several developers will also be showcasing some of 2017’s most anticipated PC titles, many of which will release in summer 2017. 
 
 
      The one-hour live event will offer PC gaming enthusiasts and developers around the world a preview of AMD’s latest graphics and processor technologies, reveal exciting new details surrounding Vega, and showcase the summer’s most anticipated PC and VR games from visionary game developers.

  

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At this event, it is likely that AMD will be giving a hands-on preview of their Vega GPU architecture, hopefully giving their first performance comparison with Nvdia’s competing Pascal-based hardware. Will Vega’s performance meet our expectations? 

 

You can join the discussion on AMD’s plans to showcase their Vega GPUs at their Capsaicin and Cream Event on the OC3D Forums.