AMD reveals their CAPSAICIN SIGGRAPH event

AMD reveals their CAPSAICIN SIGGRAPH event

AMD reveals their CAPSAICIN SIGGRAPH event

AMD reveals their CAPSAICIN SIGGRAPH event

 
AMD has revealed their CAPSAICIN SIGGRAPH event, where the Radeon Technologies Group will be showcasing their Radeon Vega family of products and more. 
 
Here, AMD is expected to launch their new RX Vega GPU, though curiously there is no mention of gaming in their event description. Beyond that AMD also plans to showcase products from their partners, with products that range from creativity to entertainment and Industry. 

This event will take place between 7:30 PM and 8:45 PM PST, though at this time AMD has not revealed whether or not this event will be livestreamed. 

Experience the art of the impossible in person at AMD Capsaicin SIGGRAPH 2017.

On July 30, learn about our newest additions to the Radeon™family featuring the cutting-edge Radeon™ “Vega” architecture. Hear from our partners on how AMD’s product lineup is revolutionising the creative pipeline, leading industries from entertainment to engineering into a new era of precision and performance.

Register by July 25th, as seats are extremely limited for this exclusive presentation and make sure to show up early to secure a good seat.

  

AMD reveals their CAPSAICIN SIGGRAPH event  

AMD has already confirmed that the company's RX Vega will be launched at this event, which means that we should finally be seeing how well AMD's Vega architecture will perform with AMD's latest gaming drivers. 

 

You can join the discussion on AMD's Capsaicin SIGGRAPH event on the OC3D Forums

 

«Prev 1 Next»

Most Recent Comments

02-07-2017, 20:52:27

Radioman
What should be just as interesting if not more so is the Quarterly Investor Conference call which should take place one week before this event. At that time we will be able to see what AMD's Financial Numbers look like with a full quarter of Ryzen Sales under their belts. It will also be interesting to see what AMD Senior Management has to say about the new Cryptocurrency Mining Cards. How will they organize their Production Lines.

It appears the RX Vega will slot in between the 1080 and the 1080ti in terms of performance. If that is the case it seems to me the logical thing to do is to price Vega as cheap as possible say $500. That way AMD can work 2 cohorts. The traditional AMD GPU Client base which has been buy Polaris Cards and possibly glean off some of the bottom end NVIDIA Base who are sick and tired of being fleeced. During the summer and spring AMD can produce and market the just announced Mining specific RX-470. With Polaris Cards gone from the stores and stock rooms for months RX Vega Cards should also do very well when they hit the shelves. I would expect Polaris Cards to be restocked no sooner than the middle of the 4th Quarter in time to have they on the shelves before the Holiday Rush.

And then comes Ryzen 3. Despite the recently linked specs on the Chip. I can't see AMD disabling perfectly good cores to satisfy this market. And AMD seems to concur. Reports are out of extraordinarily high yield numbers for Ryzen wafers. AMD has announced a new line of Ryzen Pro chips. It is clear that AMD wants to test and segregate the over performing cores and charge a premium price for them. This makes perfect sense considering Wall Street is always hammering AMD for catering to Low Margin Markets. The question is where will the Ryzen 3 Chips come from ?

Then there will be what AMD Senior Suits will say about Epyc. Like Ryzen in April AMD will only have 1 month of Epyc sales data to report. But how AMD guides for the 3rd and 4th quarters should give us some clues about what their strategy will be in 2018.Quote

03-07-2017, 09:20:59

Korreborg
Where have you found info on 1080+ speed?
Everywhere I have looked it's between 1070 and 1080. As I see it = total fail. Those cards are 1 year old.
But this crypto mining will probably save them. It's amd and the power companies that have started the mining trend Quote

03-07-2017, 10:28:22

russler
as much as id love to see above 1080 performance theres no info suggesting it, we will just have to wait and see hopefully not too long as im graphics card-less at the mo.Quote

03-07-2017, 11:59:34

Avet
Only AMD advantage will be price/performance. If they offer Vega in 1060/70/80 segment at lower prices they will take big chunk of the market.Quote

03-07-2017, 13:31:35

NeverBackDown
Quote:
Originally Posted by Korreborg View Post
Where have you found info on 1080+ speed?
Everywhere I have looked it's between 1070 and 1080. As I see it = total fail. Those cards are 1 year old.
But this crypto mining will probably save them. It's amd and the power companies that have started the mining trend
Where have you found a review of a RX Vega card? Because all I see are Pro cards being benchmarked in games.Quote
Reply
x

Register for the OC3D Newsletter

Subscribing to the OC3D newsletter will keep you up-to-date on the latest technology reviews, competitions and goings-on at Overclock3D. We won't share your email address with ANYONE, and we will only email you with updates on site news, reviews, and competitions and you can unsubscribe easily at any time.

Simply enter your name and email address into the box below and be sure to click on the links in the confirmation emails that will arrive in your e-mail shortly after to complete the registration.

If you run into any problems, just drop us a message on the forums.