AMD are expected to detail Zen+, Navi and Vega at their Financial Analyst Day

AMD are expected to detail Zen+, Navi and Vega at their Financial Analyst Day

AMD are expected to detail Zen+, Navi and Vega at their Financial Analyst Day

AMD are expected to detail Zen+, Navi and Vega at their Financial Analyst Day

 
AMD are expected to detail Zen+, Navi and Vega at their Financial Analyst Day, where the company will be revealing details about their future plans. 
 
At this event, which takes place on May 16th, will include presentations from Lisa Su, Mark Papermaster, Jim Anderson, Raja Koduri, Forrest Norrod and Devinder Kumar, essentially a who's who of AMD's corporate structure. Raja Koduri's presentations will likely be the most interesting, as he will be speaking as the Chief Architect of AMD's Radeon Technology Group, which means that he will be discussion future GPU plans. 
 
This will not be Vega's launch event, though it will likely give us a clearer indication of when Vega will launch, as right now AMD has only revealed that the new GPU will launch in Q2 2017. 
 
 
 
On Tuesday, May 16, AMD will host its 2017 Financial Analyst Day at AMD headquarters in Sunnyvale, California. During the event, CEO Lisa Su, CTO Mark Papermaster, and CFO Devinder Kumar, among other senior business leaders, will provide a mid-year update on the company’s 2017 business plans, as well as look ahead at its long-term strategy, future technology and product roadmaps. 
 

  

AMD are expected to detail Zen+, Navi and Vega at their Financial Analyst Day

 

AMD will also likely be detailing Zen+/Zen 2 at this event, or at a minimum be talking about future Ryzen products like their Raven Ridge APUs and their Naples server platform. 

Zen + is expected to offer higher levels of IPC than Ryzen/Zen, as can be seen on the slide below, though it is worth noting that Ryzen surpassed AMD's expectations and achieved a 52% IPC increase rather than the 40% that they were originally aiming for. 

  

AMD are expected to detail Zen+, Navi and Vega at their Financial Analyst Day

 

AMD's financial analyst day will be taking place on May 16th, with a webcast that will be streaming the event live. 

 

You can join the discussion on AMD's financial analyst day on the OC3D Forums

 

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08-05-2017, 12:39:48

NeverBackDown
Just 8 more days until we can finally here something about VegaQuote

08-05-2017, 12:42:41

Bartacus
It's "hear" ya illiterate something something. I just hope we hear something encouraging, as I'm sorely tempted to grab some used 1080's at this point.Quote

08-05-2017, 12:43:13

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Bartacus View Post
It's "hear" ya illiterate something something. I just hope we hear something encouraging, as I'm sorely tempted to grab some used 1080's at this point.
I blame autocorrectQuote

08-05-2017, 12:52:56

Radioman
Hmmmm I posted a message about this item at 0118 AM UTC. I received a BOT EMail response stating my post violated Terms of Agreement because it was not supported and was being moved into "Quick News". See Post # 1696

Seeing as my post was not published I replied I replied to the email at 0140 AM UTC with this very link.

At 0140 AM UTC replied to the email with the link to the wccftech article cited above.

At 0143 AM UTC this post appears in your News Forum where I made the original post.

A coincidence ? I find that very hard to believe as the wccftech article was published some 4 hours prior at 2100 hours PM UTC Sunday. Yet this post appears minutes after my post.

A little slimy don't you think ?Quote

08-05-2017, 13:00:33

NeverBackDown
Not a coincidence and not slimy. As for your post, you didn't follow the guidelines.
Besides whatever you think, any post in the quick news thread is allowed to be taken into a full blown article by any of the OC3D employees. Just so happens it's usually always WYP. Since he is the head of News.
Besides even if it was "slimy". It's not like you even made the article in the first place. You have no right to take credit just because you "found it first"Quote
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