AMD live at CES

Subject: General Tech | January 9, 2019 - 12:16 PM |
Tagged: amd

If you weren't already aware, Dr. Lisa Su is presenting AMD's CES keynote right now, which you can watch here.

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January 9, 2019 | 12:24 PM - Posted by TheFonzSaysCoolsville (not verified)

DR. Lisa Su: Ha Ha JHH(Nvidia), Look at my leather Jacket!

January 9, 2019 | 12:32 PM - Posted by Kareha

Thats nice, her uncle Jensun loaned her a spare jacket.

January 9, 2019 | 01:21 PM - Posted by chipman (not verified)

HUANG Renxun is not her uncle but her cousin since SU Zifeng's grandfather and HUANG Renxun's mother are brother and sister.

January 9, 2019 | 01:12 PM - Posted by GetCESInfoNowSVP (not verified)

Anandtech's live blog is crashing and how many shader cores are there in 60 CUs, looks like AMD has announced a Vega 20 based consumer variant! Radeon VII is it read Radeon 7 or Radeon V(Vega) 2!

All that MI60/Vega 20 Die production must have resulted in plenty of lower bins for AMD to announce a 7nm Vega 2 based consumer variant! Radeon VII must be binned feom a defective vega 20 die as it only has 60 out of 64 nCUs enabled/working!

January 9, 2019 | 01:27 PM - Posted by chipman (not verified)

Still no TDP announced... ahaha! :-D

January 9, 2019 | 01:18 PM - Posted by GetCESInfoNowSVP (not verified)

Can you members of the Tech Press at least do more live blogs Anandtech's website/Live Blog crashes every time with the demand when new CES news is dropping! This sucks that more Tech News sites need some form of constant updates from CES that are not streaming related.

January 10, 2019 | 01:55 PM - Posted by Sebastian Peak

As you say, "Anandtech's website/Live Blog crashes every time with the demand when new CES news is dropping", and while it is possible that more outlets liveblogging could lower the impact on individual outlets, AnandTech's core audience is likely to remain with them.

Having said that, I personally like the format and would like to get into live blogging events we cover in person. I think using Twitter to "live tweet" can be a bit fatiguing to the audience (maybe that's just me), but some sort of hosted option that scales properly is ideal, whatever that might be.

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