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Watch AMD's CES 2020 Press Conference Here - You won't want to miss it

Here's where AMD will be pushing the limits of high-performance computing

AMD's Press Conference will be the keynote to watch at CES 2020 - Here's Why

Watch AMD's CES 2020 Press Conference Here - You won't want to miss it

2019 was a big year for AMD, and 2020 is due to be even better. At CES 2020, AMD plans to start 2020 with a show of strength, promising to "push the envelope yet again" in the world of high-performance computing. 

If you want to see everything live, AMD plans to livestream its CES 2020 Press Conference (which we have embedded below) at 2 PM PST. This translates to 10 PM GMT for our local UK-based readers. 

What do we expect? 

In late 2019, AMD confirmed that it was working on a 64-core Ryzen Threadripper 3990X processor, and we expect to see a lot more of this processor at CES 2020, starting the year with a show of force that Intel cannot hope to match with its current product stack. 

Another thing that we expect is to see Zen 2 appear in more places, with AMD's rumoured reveal of Ryzen 4th Generation Mobile processors bringing Zen 2 and 7nm to the notebook market, delivering users boosted performance and heightened levels of power efficiency. With Intel's 10nm struggles and processor shortages, it's hard to see Zen 2's mobile CPUs as anything less than transformative for AMD's notebook prospects.     

What else could AMD talk about?

AMD has a lot of new products in the pipeline for 2020, including the release of Zen 3, which is expected in the second half of this year, and the reveal of new graphics cards like AMD's long-rumoured RX 5600 XT. 

CES 2020 also acts as an excellent opportunity for AMD to reveal more of its product roadmap, including the release of some Zen 3 or RDNA 2 architectural details. AMD could also ask Sony or Microsoft representatives to take the stage to discuss their AMD-powered next-generation consoles. 

Watch AMD's CES 2020 Livestream below. 



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06-01-2020, 06:34:54

ImprovizoR
Why wouldn't I want to miss this? Is it going to disappear from the internet forever once it's over? Will there be no articles about their conference? What are you not telling us?Quote

06-01-2020, 10:11:00

tgrech
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Originally Posted by ImprovizoR View Post
Why wouldn't I want to miss this? Is it going to disappear from the internet forever once it's over? Will there be no articles about their conference? What are you not telling us?
Think of it like a sports game I guess, if you were very into a particular sport, you wouldn't want to miss one of the key events of the year being shown live, especially with that comfy 10pm UK slot. If you're not very into it, catch the highlights, they'll probably be half of tomorrows news roll.Quote

06-01-2020, 12:19:31

AlienALX
Aye, it's like the fa cup draw. Quote

06-01-2020, 12:33:10

ImprovizoR
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Originally Posted by tgrech View Post
Think of it like a sports game I guess, if you were very into a particular sport, you wouldn't want to miss one of the key events of the year being shown live, especially with that comfy 10pm UK slot. If you're not very into it, catch the highlights, they'll probably be half of tomorrows news roll.
I disagree. Unlike sports, which offers its viewers the fun and pleasure of watching live competition of athletes, these types of press conferences are just glorified ads. You don't have to watch ads live. In fact, I'd implore people not to do that.Quote

06-01-2020, 12:45:14

AngryGoldfish
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Originally Posted by ImprovizoR View Post
Why wouldn't I want to miss this? Is it going to disappear from the internet forever once it's over? Will there be no articles about their conference? What are you not telling us?
It's a phrase to express excitement. It doesn't make a lot of sense, but it doesn't have to. It's like when people who make and sell crafty things say on Instagram: 'My new limited edition white beanies for black Friday will be gone quickly, so grab one before they're sold out!' It makes no sense. If they're sold out, how can anyone grab one? If everyone went to grab one quickly, they'd be gone and therefore you couldn't grab one. It's a statement that makes no sense, at least to me, and I hear it all the time. But it's to say, 'I haven't made many because limited edition stuff earns more money.'Quote
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