At the Computex conference in Taipei on Wednesday, the company announced that several new cpus would be released in the summer of 2017. AMD at the conference, chief executive of Lisa Su outlined beautiful outlook, she said: "AMD really keen on the PC business, we shipped a year more than 250 million pieces of".
The new Ryzen 9 series processor is code-named "Threadripper," based on the company's Zen architecture, which is equipped with 10 cores. Ryzen series 9 all processor support four-channel DDR4 memory, at the time of sale the processor including Asrock, Asus and Gigabyte, MSI, many brands will launch the corresponding motherboard products in Taiwan. The price of these processors is not publicly available, but it will certainly be more affordable than Intel's.
In addition, AMD has yet to give up its fight against Nvidia on the graphics card, where AMD unveiled the latest Radeon RX Vega to combat Nvidia's top graphics card GeForce GTX 1080. More information on the Radeon RX Vega series will be announced in July at Siggraph 2017.