Something to look forward to: It’s only a month away from CES, and we now know when Intel and AMD will unveil their new hardware: January 4th. We can expect to hear about new laptop chips for Zen 3 and Alder Lake, Arc Alchemist, and more. Nvidia will also be holding an event, although the time and date has yet to be confirmed.
AMD CES 2022 Exhibition the press conference will take place on January 4 at 8:00 am Pacific Standard Time. The main focus will be on the new line of processors and APUs from Rembrandt, which should appear in the new generation of thin and powerful notebooks. Both Ryzen 6000H and Ryzen 6000U chips are expected to be unveiled, with the former rumored to be 6nm based and featuring Zen3 + technology, RDNA 2 graphics, 35-45W TDP and a maximum of 8 cores / 16 . streams.
AMD has also said it will unveil its upcoming graphics solutions, which may relate to lower-end cards such as the Radeon RX 6500 XT, or perhaps to update some of the Radeon 6000 products. Don’t be surprised to learn more about Zen 3D V-Cache processors. Vermeer-X.
Intel’s keynote address will follow AMD’s 10:00 AM PT presentation. Like the Red team, we’re expecting a lot of news on Intel’s new laptop processors – Alder Lake-P and Alder Lake-M, as well as information on non-K desktop chips, Alder Lake-S, and some 600-series chipsets. But most of the time could be spent talking about Arc Alchemist GPUs.
Meanwhile, Nvidia has yet to announce the date and time of its show at CES 2022. Notebook GPUs will undoubtedly play a big role and we look forward to hearing about a number of new and updated desktop GPUs: RTX 2060 12GB, RTX 3090Ti 24 GB, 3080 12 GB, 3070Ti 16 GB and others.
All talks will be streamed live, so be sure to tune in next month.