AMD will be holding its Computex 2022 keynote on Tuesday, May 31 at 10 AM ET / 7 AM PT. The company is expected to unveil new CPUs and GPUs based on its upcoming Zen 3 architecture, as well as provide updates on its RDNA 2 gaming GPU roadmap.
- Here’s how you can watch AMD’s Computex 2022 keynote live:
- Visit the official AMD Computex page here.
- Scroll down and click on the “Watch Live” button.
- Enter your name and email address, then click “Submit”.
- You will be redirected to the livestream page a few minutes before the keynote begins.
Alternatively, you can also watch the livestream on YouTube or Twitch.
What to expect from AMD’s Computex keynote
AMD’s Computex keynote will be focused on the company’s upcoming Zen 3 CPUs and GPUs. We’re expecting to see the first details of AMD’s next-gen Radeon RX 6000 “Big Navi” gaming GPUs, which are due to launch later this year.
Zen 3 is the codename for AMD’s next-generation CPU architecture, which is set to replace the current Zen 2 design used in Ryzen 3000 processors. Zen 3 is expected to bring significant performance improvements over its predecessor, with some leaks suggesting a 19% increase in IPC (instructions per clock).
What to expect from AMD’s Computex 2022 keynote
AMD is also expected to provide an update on its RDNA 2 gaming GPU roadmap. The company has already confirmed that its next-gen Radeon RX 6000 “Big Navi” GPUs will launch in Q4 2020, but we’re expecting more details on when exactly they will be available.
We’re also hoping to see some more information on AMD’s Zen 3 CPUs, which are due to launch later this year. The company has already teased that Zen 3 will bring significant performance improvements over its predecessor, and we’re hoping to see some concrete numbers at Computex.
Finally, AMD may also use its Computex keynote to give us an update on its plans for the high-end desktop (HEDT) market. The company is expected to launch its next-gen Threadripper CPUs later this year, and we’re hoping to get some more information on what to expect from AMD’s HEDT lineup.