Both Intel and AMD will have their virtual news conferences on January 4th, with both companies likely to discuss a wide range of products, including high-end and mobile CPUs, as well as the newest graphics.
|CES 2022 Press Conference Schedule|
|AMD||January 4th||08:00 –? PST|
17:00 –? GMT
|AMD Ryzen 6000 “Rembrandt|
AMD Ryzen with 3D V-Cache
“Upcoming Graphics Solutions”
RX 6500XT/6400 (desktop)
|INTEL||January 4th||10:00 – 10:45 PST|
18:00- 18:45 GMT
|12th Gen Core Alder Lake-P (Mobile)|
12th Gen Core non-K “Alder Lake-S” (Desktop)
Arc Alchemist Mobile
|NVIDIA||?||?||GeForce RTX 3090 Ti, 3080 12GB, 3070Ti 16GB (Desktop)|
GeForce RTX 3080 Laptop GPU
Because CES is a ‘consumer’ event, it is frequently associated with the mobile PC sector, thus we get to witness the newest advances in the CPU and GPU space dedicated to laptops and other ultra-thin designs. AMD is likely to debut its Ryzen 6000H high-end mobile series at CES, based on the 6nm Zen3+ microarchitecture and utilizing RDNA2 graphics IP for the first time.
The business also promised to show off ‘upcoming AMD graphics solutions,’ although this ambiguous phrase doesn’t reveal whether we’re looking at mobile or desktop GPUs. The Radeon RX 6500 XT desktop GPU is now anticipated to be released in mid-January. Rumors have also stated that the Radeon 6000 series would be refreshed.
Intel may have a lot more to reveal at CES. The business has already confirmed its products for Q1 2022, including the high-end mobile 12th Gen Core “Alder Lake-P” series, Intel’s first high-end hybrid architecture for gaming laptops. In addition, we anticipate learning more about desktop mid-range and entry-level CPU series, as well as additional 600-series motherboards.
But, more crucially, Intel is anticipated to unveil its Arc Alchemist GPUs. The new discrete GPU series is rumoured to be arriving first to laptops, but we anticipate Intel to give a launch date for the desktop Arc series as well.
Somewhere in between those two events, we also expect NVIDIA to announce its refreshed GeForce RTX 30 mobile series, led by RTX 3080 Ti Laptop GPU based on GA103S processor. There have not been many leaks on the SUPER variant though, which is why we can’t be sure if they are coming too.
Some high-end desktop cards (RTX 3090Ti 24GB, 3080 12GB, 3070Ti 16GB) are also slated for January launch, which means NVIDIA might also have an opportunity to talk about its upcoming desktop products.
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