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The Biggest News From Intel, AMD And Nvidia At Computex 2019

CRN goes through the biggest announcements made by Intel, AMD and Nvidia at Computex 2019 that the channel needs to know about.

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AI, Fast Laptops, Gaming Drive The Conversation

Processors that push the envelope in high performance, battery life, gaming and artificial intelligence have dominated the conversation at this year's Computex in Taiwan — at least on the chipmaker side.

Intel, AMD and Nvidia all came to the world's largest computer industry trade show this week with focuses that both diverged and overlapped.

For Intel, the biggest talking points have been its 10th-generation Core mobile processors and its Project Athena program that aim to set a new standard for ultra-thin laptops. AMD, in the meantime, announced that its third-generation Ryzen processors and Radeon RX 5700 graphics cards for the gaming desktop market are launching soon.

Nvidia, on the other hand, put a spotlight on its new Quadro RTX graphic cards for mobile workstations, as well as its new Studio Stack and EGX platforms for creative workflows and edge AI, respectively.

What follows is an overview of the most important details from the biggest news Intel, AMD and Nvidia dropped at Computex 2019.

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