AMD has said previously that it will be launching its next-gen Radeon RX Vega graphics cards in Q2 2017, with just over 6 weeks to go - we're cutting it close. AMD has said that it will be unveiling new information on its next-gen GPU architecture, and not just Vega - but Navi, which is destined for 2018/2019.
RTG boss Raja Koduri and Computing & Graphics boss Jim Anderson will join AMD CEO Lisa Su on stage at AMD's HQ in Sunnyvale to talk about the company's long-term vision, including Vega, Navi, and even Zen+.
As for what to expect on May 16, we should receive a few more details on Vega - but this isn't a launch, so we might just receive another few drips of info. We might see a revised GPU roadmap for Navi, with a tease of the 'next-gen' memory that AMD will be using on it, while Zen+ could be better detailed now that Ryzen is finally here.
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