ByMia Carla 2019-05-27 699
As early as a month ago, AMD confirmed the overall speech of COMPUTEX2019 as "the next generation of high-performance computing", the keynote speaker is Dr. Su Zifeng, the current CEO of AMD. According to various sources, AMD will officially release the 7nm-based third-generation Acer processor at COMPUTEX, which will be manufactured by TSMC. At the same time, the Zen2 architecture will be fully updated, enabling CPU core and I/O separation, and flexible implementation of 8 to 64 core extensions.
Compared with the CPU, the GPU is more mysterious. The rumors will be based on the GCN architecture. The first core is the Navi 12, which has 40 CU units and 2560 streaming processors. The official name of the AMD Radeon RX 3080 is expected to compete with the RTX 2070 and RTX 2060.
Intel is currently only publishing the time and place of the speech, and the specific new products are still unknown. But at the Intel Media Sharing Conference in March this year, it was revealed that the 10nm process Core will be released in the middle of the year, so COMPUTEX2019 will be a good time.
In addition, Intel is constantly trying to promote the definition and evolution of the new generation of thin and light. On COMPUTEX2018 last year, Intel and ASUS jointly launched the AI PC PROJECT PRECOG concept notebook and the Tiger Rapids concept device. Based on the AI smart scene, the dual-screen notebook concept may be further upgraded this year.
NVIDIA is more secretive and only releases a 16-second notice with the word "SUPER". There is no specific product name. Given that TITAN RTX has reached its peak, the SUPER word may suggest a higher-order product than TITAN RTX.
Once the core components are upgraded, ASUS, which is in the lead of the board, naturally has a wave of new products. For example, motherboards that match AMD's third-generation RAYON and NAVI GPU-based graphics cards may be available. After all, Asus is now an OEM with few AMD, Intel, and NVIDIA product lines.
High-performance graphics cards that have been developed and debugged will usually be officially announced after nearly a year after the core conference. One of them is the iGame GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Kudan, which was first shown in this year. It uses air-cooled and water-cooled integrated cooling, and adds vacuum ice sheet, special heat pipe and circular water channel. Of course, the graphics card itself is limited, only 1000.
At the same time, iGame Z390 Vulcan X V20 motherboard, iGame DDR4 Vulcan X 3200 memory, COLORFUL SL500 BOOST 1TB SSD will all debut.
In addition, the G-ONE e-sports machine released this week, there is no reason to absent COMPUTEX2019
I haven't heard of KLEVV memory. I know that they are Hynix's partners. They have launched KLEVV Cras X RGB memory up to DDR4 4266, and RGB is compatible with AMD and Intel platforms, and is compatible with ASUS, ASRock, Gigabyte, and MSI lighting control. Make sure the host emits an overall RGB effect that sounds great.
MSI announced that its MSI GT76 Titan e-sports flagship machine, MSI Trident X Plus e-sports host, MSI Optix MPG341CQR e-sports display, MSI Prestige P100 Series creator host respectively won the COMPUTEX2019 gold and category awards.
In addition to the creators, the rest of the machine and display are fully esports service. The MSI GT76 Titan notebook is equipped with a Core i9 desktop processor with a limit frequency of 5.0GHz and a GeForce RTX 2080 graphics card. The screen has a narrow bezel design. The price has not been announced yet, but it is not an easy-to-buy product.
Acer released the 2019 Nitro 5 and Swift 3 notebook previews in advance, with AMD Ryzen 7 3750H and Ryzen 7 3700U. The Swift 3, which is positioned for mobile work, is equipped with a 1.4 GHz Vega 10 core display by default, and can be used with the Radeon RX 540X alone.
In addition to the standard pressure processor, the positioning game Nitro 5 will also be paired with the Radeon RX 560X, which is about the same as the mobile version of the GTX 1050. So in terms of pricing, Nitro 5 should be very attractive.
Dell quietly put on the 4K OLED version of the G7 game book on the official website, configured as Core i7-9750H, 16GB memory, 512GB SSD, with RTX 2060 graphics card. The point is that the 15.6-inch 4K OLED screen color gamut reaches 100% DCI-P3 with 400 nits brightness and 1 millisecond response time.
As always, Dell leased a separate space during COMPUTEX 2019 to showcase the latest consumer, gaming PCs and peripherals.
ZOTAC plans to release the updated ZBOX MINI PC camp in COMPUTEX2019, which can reach the Core i7-9750H, RTX 2070, 32GB DDR4 2666, M.2 NVMe and AoTeng memory, which is very powerful.
At the same time, the ZOTAC ZBOX MINI PC for the piggyback VR experience will also be updated, not only with the top-level configuration of the ZBOX MINI, but also for one hour of battery life and support for external fast charging.
From now on, COMPUTEX2019 is mainly focused on AMD's new product launch, notebook hardware upgrade, and mini PC, while PCIe 4.0 may also be launched simultaneously with the new X570 motherboard.
Although the sales of traditional PCs are declining, high-performance PCs, notebooks and e-sports still maintain a small growth rate, and manufacturers will launch a new round of equipment competition.
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