AMD has confirmed its plans to release processors and video cards. She will take the opportunity to present the long-awaited 7-nanometer processors and video cards at CES 2019, which will be held from January 8 to 11 in Las Vegas. The presentation will take place on January 9. Lisa Sue, president, and CEO of the company will speak at the conference. As expected, the exhibition will host an announcement of processors and video cards of a new generation, and they will be released during 2019.
AMD plans to release 7-nanometer products of this class, the first in the world, noticeably ahead of its arch-rival, Intel. The first 7-nanometer AMD products should be the third-generation Ryzen processors and the Vega video card. Recall, AMD first showed the 7-nanometer Radeon Vega graphics chip at Computex 2018 in June.
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