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Computex 2022: what to get out of this year’s program


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Computex 2022 ranges from May 24 – May 27 in Taipei, Taiwan, and is the greatest – and most interesting – calculating occasion in the calendar.

Unlike in 2015, which was online-only, having actually been cancelled in 2020, Computex 2022 is taking place in-person.

However, due to the fact that Taiwan is still restricting worldwide visitors due to the Covid-19 pandemic, press from other parts of the world will not exist in the sort of numbers we’ve been utilized to seeing pre-pandemic.

That includes us. TechRadar will be from another location covering Computex 2022, however that will not imply you’ll be losing out. We’ll still bring you all the most significant breaking news as it emerges from the program.

This consists of keynote discussions from Nvidia and AMD, along with provings from Asus, Gigabyte and more. These huge gamers all have head offices in Taiwan, however that does indicate other business might not exist.

That’s the case for Intel, which is most likely the most visible lack from this year’s occasion.

Still, Computex 2022 needs to be an amazing display for the future of computing, so keep reading for what to anticipate. We’ll upgrade this page with all the breaking news as it takes place.

Cut to the chase

  • What is it? The greatest computing conference of the year
  • When is it? May 24 – May 27 2022
  • Where is it? Taipei, Taiwan

Computex 2022 date

Computex 2022 formally begins on May 23, 2022 and lasts till May27 As in previous years, Nvidia and AMD will be hosting keynote discussions on the very first day (Taiwan time).

We anticipate other producers to reveal brand-new items throughout the week from huge Taiwanese business like Asus, Acer and Gigabyte.

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AMD at Computex 2022

AMD CEO Lisa Su is offering a keynote address at Computex 2022, according to custom. It might be a jam-packed keynote, which begins at 11 PM PT (2AM ET, 7AM BST) on May 23.

We’re anticipating to see more of AMD’s brand-new Ryzen 7000 processors Reported at CES 2022, these brand-new chips will provide DDR5 and PCIe 5.0 assistance, and will be utilizing brand-new Zen 4 architecture based upon a 5nm node, compared to 7nm of previous Ryzen chips.

AMD has type for revealing off brand-new CPUs at CES then introducing them at Computex, so that might be the case this year. We need to get more info on efficiency, specifications and perhaps even cost for these desktop processors.

We do not anticipate to see Ryzen 7000 processors for laptop computers. They are most likely to get here in 2023.

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As for AMD’s GPUs, we might get a glance of the upcoming RDNA 3 RX 7000 GPUs. These are anticipated to release later on this year to take on competing Nvidia’s next generation of graphics cards, however we do not understand much about them. Computex 2022 might be the best time to reveal them off.

Nvidia CES 2021

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Nvidia at Computex 2022

PC players will wish to tune into Nvidia’s discussion, which begins at 8PM PT on May 23 (11 PM ET, or 4AM May 24 BST) to see what the GPU maker has in shop.

We anticipate Nvidia to release its RTX 4000 series of ‘Lovelace’ GPUs later on this year, and there’s been reports that we might see the similarity the RTX 4080 and RTX 4090 as early as July

If that’s real, we might see them at Computex. In 2015, Nvidia’s Jeff Fisher revealed the RTX 3090 Ti at Computex – so we might remain in for something comparable this year. There have actually likewise been reports about a budget plan GTX 1630 GPU, which might be revealed off at the keynote.

However, if Nvidia just flaunts a budget plan GPU and no killer next-gen designs, we might be dissatisfied.

Intel

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Intel at Computex 2022

Sadly, Intel will not be at this year’s occasion. This is most likely to be due to the fact that of Taiwan’s still stringent Covid-19 policies. Unlike Nvidia and AMD, which are based in Taiwan, Intel executives might have discovered it too made complex to go to in any significant capability.

Instead, Intel held its own occasion previously this year. If you desire to discover out more about upcoming Raptor Lake processors, and to discover out more about Arc Alchemist GPUs – which will see Intel take on AMD and Nvidia in the video gaming graphics card market, then it will not be at Computex 2022.

Matt Hanson

Senior Computing editor

Matt ( Twitter) is TechRadar’s Senior Computing editor. Having actually composed for a variety of publications such as PC Plus, PC Format, T3 and Linux Format, there’s no element of innovation that Matt isn’t enthusiastic about, particularly calculating and PC video gaming. If you’re coming across an issue or require some recommendations with your PC or Mac, drop him a line on Twitter.

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