Guide to Viewing AMD’s Significant Computex 2024 Presentation and Anticipated Announcements

Photograph of AMD CEO Lisa Su delivering AMD's CES 2023 keynote.
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The Chief Executive Officer of AMD, Lisa Su, is set to deliver the keynote address for Team Red at Computex 2024 soon, with speculations suggesting a significant unveiling of AMD’s highly anticipated Zen 5 processors. This could encompass desktop, mobile, or both, but undoubtedly, we will be informed about AMD’s advancements in artificial intelligence. In the year 2024, discussing AI is imperative for any tech company.

If you wish to stay updated with the announcements as they happen, here is how you can view AMD’s Computex 2024 keynote presentation.

Guidelines for Viewing AMD’s Computex 2024 Keynote

The AMD keynote is slated to occur before the official commencement of the Computex event on June 4. Su will grace the stage at 9:30 p.m. ET/6:30 p.m. PT on June 2, or 9:30 a.m. on June 3 in local Taiwan time.

AMD will broadcast the keynote address on its YouTube channel, but you can also tune in to the more neutral Computex channel or watch a replay on either platform post-event.

Anticipated Highlights from AMD’s Computex 2024 Keynote

AMD's strategy for its upcoming Zen 4 and Zen 5 processors.

It is highly likely that we will receive further insights into AMD’s Zen 5, the next-gen CPU architecture. However, whether this will involve a technological exhibition, a live demo, or a full-fledged product launch remains uncertain. There is also speculation surrounding whether AMD will showcase its laptop or desktop components. Traditionally, AMD unveils desktop CPUs first each generation, but with Microsoft’s significant push for Copilot+ laptops, AMD might be aiming to introduce a cutting-edge design for laptop releases later this year.

While Intel is expected to emphasize its mobile endeavors at Computex, its keynote is scheduled for June 4, giving AMD the opportunity to take the lead over its longstanding chip competitor.

AI will play a pivotal role in AMD’s keynote, alongside other topics Su will address. The agenda includes data center solutions, “high-performance PCs,” neural processors, enhanced support for local processing, and new AI-driven functionalities. There is even a possibility of witnessing a more advanced FSR or a new AMD chatbot akin to Nvidia’s Chat with RTX.

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