AMD announced an event held at the Next Horizon Gaming exhibition called E3 on June 10 in Los Angeles, where they will showcase next generation products that will shape the future of PCs, consoles and games in the cloud for years to come. “The description shows the official launch of the AMD Navi architecture used for GPU graphics launched this year, and it is certain that is the basis of at least one of the next generation game consoles. AMD will broadcast the program live, there. Even large game developers will check all new content and show their upcoming titles.
AMD has promised to launch a Navi-based graphics processor with a new 7nm production process in the third quarter of this year. June is falling into the second quarter, so it’s still unclear whether new graphics cards are announced or offered for sale. The program also shows that AMD will not reveal a navigation-based GPU at Computex 2019 scheduled for the last week of May in Taipei, where CEO Dr. Lisa Su deals with the main report. AMD also announced that Computex’s main record will also be aired on May 27th.
The Next Horizon Gaming event will take place on Monday, June 10, at 3:00 p.m. (3:30 p.m. IST), to coincide with E3 2019 for entertainment and games. He will accommodate Jeff Cayley, the creator of The Game Awards. AMD has confirmed that Su will provide details about the company’s upcoming products and technology. This event is open to fans and members of the AMD and press communities.
Navi’s architecture was first announced in 2016, but the product must be released in 2018. Navi will be able to build the core architecture of AMD Polaris and Vega, and companies can hope to challenge Nvidia’s current leadership position in the computer game market. However, the first GPU consumer sitting, which began this year, will come in Vega VII based under the current Radeon flagship, and won’t challenge the top GeForce RTX 2080 Ti from Nvidia, because the company confirmed revenue after the latest quarterly report. .
In June last year, it was reported that the next generation Sony PlayStation 5 console uses its own GPU-based Navi architecture, and this news was confirmed in April this year. The PlayStation 5 is not only GPU Navi, but the 7 nm Octa-Core AMD Ryzen processor, based on the upcoming Zen-2 architecture, the Ryzen 3000 series will be based on its launch this year.
Google has also confirmed that AMD will provide a graphics processor for its Stadia cloud service, although the specifications or architectural details are still missing. Some new details can appear on or after the event for the next horizon.