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AMD will highlight new details of the 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen CPUs and NAVI GPUs at Computex 2019

TAITRA and AMD have issued a new press revealing that the 2019 COMPUTEX International Press Conference will be held with a Keynote by AMD President and CEO Dr. Lisa Su. During this event, which is scheduled for Monday, May 27th, AMD will highlight new details of its upcoming Ryzen CPUs and its NAVI GPUs.

Mr. Walter Yeh, President & CEO, TAITRA, said:

“COMPUTEX, as one of the global leading technology tradeshows, has continued to advance with the times for more than 30 years. This year, for the first time, a keynote speech will be held at the pre-show international press conference. Dr. Lisa Su received a special invitation to share insights about the next generation of high-performance computing. We look forward to her participation attracting more companies to participate in COMPUTEX, bringing the latest industry insights, and jointly sharing the infinite possibilities of the technology ecosystem on this global stage.”

As the press release reads, AMD’s upcoming products include 7nm AMD EPYC datacenter processors, 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen desktop processors and graphics cards based on the next-generation “Navi” architecture – all of which are designed to create exceptional experiences for gamers and creators.

Last but not least, during the CEO Keynote, Dr. Lisa Su and other high-profile guests will highlight new details of upcoming products and showcase how the industry is building a new high-performance computing ecosystem that will push technology to the next level.

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