The most important event on Day 2 of Computex Taipei 2017 was the AMD Computex 2017 Press Conference. It was headlined by AMD President & CEO Dr. Lisa Su, and Jim Anderson, SVP and GM of the AMD Computing and Graphics division.
The hour-long press conference was, as usual, packed with information and teasers. Check out what went on during the AMD Computex 2017 press conference!
The AMD Computex 2017 Press Conference
The atmosphere in the room was definitely more electric this year. At Computex 2016, AMD Zen (now Ryzen) and Vega may have appeared to be pipe dreams. But at this press conference, no one doubts that AMD will deliver what they promised, and then some. It was now a matter of when, not if.
The upcoming AMD Threadripper with its 16 cores is obviously targeted at the Intel X-Series processors that were just announced yesterday. Even its chipset, the X399, seemed to be intentionally named to “beat” the Intel X299 chipset.
Meanwhile, the announcement of the AMD Ryzen Mobile processors finally injects some excitement into the mobile computing market. Not just because it will offer performance closer to that of the Intel Core processors, but also because it will be the first Ryzen APU that will feature an on-die AMD Vega GPU![adrotate banner=”5″]
Our Blow-by-Blow Account Of The AMD Computex 2017 Press Conference
This morning’s major event is the AMD Computex 2017 Press Conference
We Asians are always trying to get the front seats… with everyone else!
The AMD Computex 2017 Press Conference is about to begin!
Spencer Pan, President of AMD Greater China : 2017 is AMD’s 30th year in Taiwan.
AMD President & CEO Dr. Lisa Su kicks off the AMD Computex 2017 press conference.
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