NVIDIA has confirmed the date for their Computex 2022 keynote, which will take place on May 23 in Taipei, Taiwan. Jeff Fisher, Senior Vice President of the organization, will be one of the speakers at the event.
On March 23rd, NVIDIA’s Jeff Fisher will host the Computex 2022 Keynote, which will feature the latest products and technology for gamers.
The NVIDIA Computex 2022 presentation will air a few hours after AMD’s keynote, which will take place at 2 p.m. PDT on the same day. The NVIDIA keynote will be held between 8 and 9 p.m. PDT.
The firm has announced that six representatives would attend the event, including:
Vice President of Accelerated Computing, Ian Buck
Hardware Engineering Senior Vice President Brian Kelleher
Director of Product Management, Accelerated Computing, Ying Yin Shih
Chief Technology Officer Michael Kagan
Vice President of Embedded and Edge Computing, Deepu Talla
GeForce Senior Vice President Jeff Fisher
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NVIDIA isn’t saying much about the event right now, but they’ve vowed to show off the newest products and technologies for gamers and creators. This is an intriguing comment from NVIDIA, especially because the company has just completed its whole Ampere series. The green team is anticipated to release its Ada Lovelace ‘GeForce RTX 40’ series graphics cards in the second half of 2022, so this is a little early for the business to show off its next-gen GPUs for gaming and workstations. NVIDIA hasn’t always displayed its gaming GPUs within roadmaps like AMD, but that could change.
A range of new software technologies, such as an updated RTX & DLSS suit to combat AMD’s FidelityFX Super Resolution 2.0, as well as content creator-specific driver improvements, could be on the way. With that said, it’s nice to have both NVIDIA and AMD at Computex 2022, and Intel will almost certainly announce their own presentation at some point.
Within Computex 2022, NVIDIA promises to discuss the latest gaming innovations and technology. “Will exhibit how AI technologies are aiding the enterprise data centre, as well as give information about the latest goods and solutions for gamers and digital content creators,” according to the event description. The second half of the statement, on the other hand, does not necessarily imply that the corporation may discuss the new Ada Lovelace gaming graphics, which are slated to replace the current Ampere series of accelerators this year.
It’s worth noting that AMD CEO Lisa Su will give a presentation at Computex 2022 on May 23. Ms. Su is likely to talk about the latest generation of Ryzen processors and, maybe, the forthcoming RDNA 3 graphics architecture during her lecture. On this day, though, the corporation is unlikely to unveil new products.
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