AMD Hints That Vega Will Be Unveiled At Computex
We’ve known for some time now that AMD would be releasing their upcoming Vega line of GPUs within the second quarter of 2017, but the details have been sparse. Several events have came and gone with no news of the Vega, but that might change at the upcoming Computex event where AMD has announced they will be holding a press conference. According to an official press release, AMD will use the event to show off their latest products and leading edge tech coming in 2017.
The event will be hosted by key AMD execs – most notably CEO, Dr. Lisa Su. Over the past year AMD has brought competition and innovation back to the market in the form of Ryzen processors. The company is looking forward to and providing new details on 2017 products plus the supporting (both channel and OEM) ecosystems that will support them.
At last year’s Computex event, AMD announced the Polaris line of RX 400 graphics cards so it is likely that they’ll be unveiling something new at this year’s event. It is possible that we could see something other than the Vega chips, but, given the fact that they are expected to launch within the next couple of months, it would surprising if the company didn’t use this event to build up hype.
Computex will run from May 30 to June 3 in Taiwan.
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