CES 2019 - Lisa Su and a GPU too
Subject: General Tech | October 4, 2018 - 12:31 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: ces 2019, lisa su, amd, navi
It honestly feels far too soon to be typing the letters CES in sequence, but the show is not that far away anymore and there is some news worth sharing. Yesterday it was revealed that AMD's CEO, Dr. Lisa Su, will be the keynote speaker at CES. This has lead to rumours that during her speech she will reveal Navi, AMD's next generation GPU. This was later confirmed, so we will be seeing at least some information about AMD's 7nm GPU, with or without ray tracing, during her keynote and at the AMD booth. With NVIDIA's successful launch of some rather expensive GPUs, some of which are even available, we can hope that AMD's new GPUs give them a run for the money; in one way or another.
"The GPU outfit announced that its CEO, Dr Lisa Su, will deliver a keynote address at next year's CES and spill the beans on the new chips and GPUs. Yes, it's an announcement of an announcement."
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