There has been radio silence from many of the big tech companies in recent weeks, partly as a result of Christmas, and partly to provide gunpowder ahead of the 2022 edition of Consumer Electronics Show – CES. Unfortunately, CES 2022 will not be the big start to physical exhibitions, as many of the biggest players choose to break up their planned presence. Among them are Microsoft, Intel, and AMD.
AMD and Intel are perhaps the most advanced for those who are curious about upcoming devices, information that will be shared on January 4. Rumor has it that Intel is previewing “Alder Lake” for laptops and the first Arc “Alchemist” graphics cards. At 17:00 Swedish time, AMD is taking the stage and now Nvidia announces that it will also hold a Chest at the same time.
Nvidia’s live show is stamped with “Geforce RTX” so gaming graphics cards will be on the agenda. This comes as no surprise, after months of rumors of a batch of updated RTX 3000 cards. It’s partly about the best of the best, in the form of the RTX 3090 Ti, as well as the RTX 3080 and RTX 3070 Ti with additional memory. In addition, the data indicates that the entry-level segment will be expanded with the RTX 3050 for desktop computers.
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Anyone interested in simpler-type graphics cards will likely be the one who suffers the most from Nvidia’s double-booking, as the Radeon RX 6500 XT and RX 6400 are two products that can be shown during AMD’s show. However, AMD’s biggest news is expected to be on the processor side, with a taste of the Zen 4 architecture along with the Ryzen 5000 Refresh series that uses stacked L3 cache for better performance.
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