What you need to know
- AMD's Computex keynote address starts at 10 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. China Standard Time (find your local time here).
- Dr. Lisa Su, CEO of AMD, is expected to offer a look at what the company has in store for the rest of 2019.
- We're expecting to get a peek at AMD's Ryzen 3000 series processors, along with the possibility of a peek at AMD's new Navi graphics chips and even a new Threadripper CPU.
Computex 2019 gets started later this week, but AMD is kicking things off with a bang, hosting the first major keynote address. On stage will be Dr. Lisa Su, AMD's president and CEO, who is expected to give the world a look at AMD's upcoming Ryzen 3000 series processors.
We're also expecting to possibly get a peek at what AMD is cooking things up in the graphics department with its Navi graphics chips, and maybe even a look at a new Threadripper CPU. But, we won't know exactly what AMD has up its sleeve until the presentation gets started.
If you're a fan of Team Red, or are just curious about what AMD is doing to keep pace with Intel and NVIDIA, you can check out the presentation live through the video embed above at 10 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. CST (find your local time here).
For the fans
A neat package for AMD fans
This special Ryzen chip celebrates AMD's 50th anniversary, and if you've been thinking of getting a 2700X there are some nice keepsakes included with this version.
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