At recently held Computex 2018 in Taipei, AMD provided a first look of the company’s upcoming 7nm Radeon Vega GPU products and 12nm 2nd Generation AMD Ryzen Threadripper processors with up to 32 cores.
Additionally, AMD announced four major EPYC milestones: immediate availability of EPYC processors through Tencent Cloud Services, a new HPE single-socket system, details of its first Cisco UCS server platform, and that the next generation 7nm EPYC processor, codenamed “Rome,” will begin sampling in 2nd Half of 2018.
Major OEM partners demonstrated a variety of new and exciting systems powered by Ryzen APUs, 2nd Gen Ryzen desktop processors, and Radeon graphics, including:
- Acer Predator Helios 500 notebook, Predator Orion 5000 desktop, and Nitro 50 gaming desktop
- ASUS VivoBook X505ZA and X570ZD notebooks
- Dell Inspiron 13” 7000 2-in-1, Inspiron 15” 5000 notebooks, and Inspiron 7000 gaming desktop
- HP Envy x360 13” and Envy x360 15” notebooks
- Huawei MateBook D 14” notebook
- Lenovo Yoga 530 and IdeaPad 530S, 330S, and 330 notebooks