AMD took to the stage at E3 2019 to reveal more details about its new Radeon RX 5700 series GPUs, which are expected to release July 7 alongside new 3rd Gen Ryzen CPUs. To get the most out of the new hardware, a three-month subscription to Xbox Game Pass PC will come with the new GPUs and select CPUs.
After revealing its new Radeon RX 5700 series at Computex, AMD took the stage at E3 2019 to announce that they're expected to launch July 7 with prices starting at $380. July 7 also happens to be the date that AMD is launching its latest Ryzen processors.
AMD has gone all-in on backward compatibility between AM4 socket motherboards and its processors, but one feature supported by the company's new Ryzen 3000 series won't be making the leap to older motherboards: PCIe 4.0.
Most of the big reveals from Computex 2019 have been announced, so we decided to take a look at some of the biggest news to come out of the annual trade show. From AMD and Intel battling for processor supremacy to dual-screen laptop prototypes and an absolute load of new laptops, there's plenty of new and interesting stuff to check out.
AMD today took to the Computex stage to unveil some of the first official details on its Navi, the architecture that will power its next-generation Radeon RX5000 series graphics cards starting in July.
AMD is set to kick off Computex 2019 with a keynote address from CEO Lisa Su today, where we're expecting to learn more about the company's 3rd Gen Ryzen chips, and possibly even catch a glimpse of the upcoming Navi graphics cards and a new Threadripper CPU.