Dr. Lisa Su, president and chief executive officer of AMD will deliver the keynote of the 2019 edition of Computex. The event will be streamed live from Taipei at the pre-show international press conference.
See below for the live coverage of the AMD Computex 2019 keynote.
AMD Computex 2019 keynote
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Lisa invites ecosystem partners to the stage for a picture.
With the 3rd generation Ryzen, AMD delivered some solid improvements over the first generation of Ryzen.
Ryzen 9 3900X vs Ryzen 7 1800X:
- +32% single-thread performance increase (Cinebench R20 1T)
- +100% multi-thread performance increase (Cinebench R20 nT)
- Increasing number of cores from 8 to 12
- While only increasing TDP by 10 Watts
- Ryzen 7 3700X for $329
- Ryzen 7 3800X for $399
- Ryzen 9 3900X for $499
Available July 7th.
Introducing Ryzen 9 families, 3900X:
- 12 cores / 24 threads
- 70 MB of cache
- 3.8 Ghz boost, 4.6 Ghz boost clock
- Uses two compute chiplets
- 105 Watts of TDP
- Beating an Intel Core i9 9920X by 18% in Cinebench R20.
One more thing…
Demo of Intel i9 9900K with 2080ti vs Ryzen 7 3800X with Radeon RX 5700 gpu.
Benchmark focus is on throughput performance, highlighting PCI-e 4.0’s higher bandwidth.
Ryzen 7 3800X
- 8 cores / 16 threads
- 3.9 Ghz base clock, 4.5 Ghz boost
- 105 W TDP
- Demoed against i9 9900K
Ryzen 7 3700X
- 8 cores / 16 threads
- 3.6 Ghz base clock, 4.4 Ghz boost
- 65 W TDP
- 30% faster than 9700K in Cinebench R20
- single threaded performance on par with 9700K
Zen 2 Core details:
- doubled floating point performance
- doubled cache size
- Up to 15% IPC gain
AMD’s engineering team wanted more after Ryzen generation 1 and 2.
Ryzen video plays.
ACER Nitro and Predator lines sports both Ryzen and Radeon technology.
First manufacturer to support FreeSync 2.0 in their monitors.
Announcing 3rd gen and Navi desktop gaming solutions soon.
ACER Nitro video plays.
Lisa invites ACER Co-CEO Jerry Kao to the stage.
Quotes: “AMD means Astonishing Miracles Delivered”
Lisa invites Joe Hsieh CEO of ASUS to the stage.
- ROG Strix GL10, gaming desktop.
- X570 Desktop motherboards
Up to 10,000 AMD cpus in a single MPI job.
Microsoft will partner more with AMD in the future.
Microsoft mentioned for the second time, Lisa invites Roanne Sones of Microsoft to the stage.
Lisa talks about the different users of PCs.
PC Market video plays.
Demo of Radeon RX 5700 series gpu running against a 2070 showing a smoother fps, beating about 10% in performance.
Launches in Juli.
More details at E3 on June 10th.
RX 5700 series gpu
Up to 1.25 times the performance, 1.5 times the performance per Watt.
Dr. Su talks about partnership with Sony developing the next generation PlayStation containing Navi and Zen 2 IP.
More instructions per clock. Better caches. Streamlining graphics performance.
Radeon 7 and Vega remain for compute workloads.
New family of Navi gpus will be aimed at gamers.
Rome launches next quarter
Forrest Norrod joins the stage for a Rome update.
Up to 64 cores, 128 threads.
Doubling performance, quadrupling performance for FPU workloads.
Over 10,000 cpus in Microsoft Azure Cloud.
Video about how science uses high performance computers plays.
Lisa talks about the recently announced Oak Ridge 1,5 Exaflops super computer.
More than 60 platforms (manufacturers) using Epyc chips.
- Update on Epyc (Rome) datacenter cpus
- Navi gaming graphics preview
- Ryzen desktop cpus
Lisa talks about AMD’s big bets to achieve technological supremacy. Going 7 nm with TSMC, high performance cores and chiplet architecture.
Dr. SU gives a little history of AMD’s achievements in it’s 50 years of history.
AMD video rolls…
dr. Lisa Su joins the stage for AMD’s first ever Computex keynote.
Announcing dr. Lisa Su, CEO of AMD in the month of AMD’s 50th anniversary.
More introduction talk. No Lisa Su yet…
1,685 Exhibitors present at this 2019 Computex.
Announcer announcing start of conference.