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CES 2021: 10 Rumors And Trends You Can Expect

Even with CES going digital this year, rumors are circulating about major product launches from Samsung and other key vendors.

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New CPUs From AMD For Laptops, Servers — GPUs Too?

AMD CEO Lisa Su (pictured) is among the marquee keynote speakers for CES 2021 on Jan. 12, and if we’re to guess what she will announce based on past keynotes, it will likely include new product reveals. In the press release announcing the CES keynote, AMD said Su will present “the AMD vision for the future of research, education, work, entertainment and gaming, including a portfolio of high-performance computing and graphics solutions.” The chipmaker in October unveiled the first processor line using its new Zen 3 architecture, the Ryzen 5000 desktop CPUs, so it’s likely that Su will make new disclosures around additional product lines based on Zen 3. This could include a new line of Ryzen laptop processors and the previously disclosed third-generation EPYC server processors, code-named Milan. We do feel fairly confident about the Ryzen and EPYC news, given that Su told CRN in a recent interview that new Zen 3-based processors are coming for both product lines. AMD began rolling out over the last couple months new Radeon graphics cards based on its new RDNA 2 GPU architecture and new Instinct server GPUs based on the CDNA architecture, so there’s a likelihood that AMD will have news on that front too.

 
 
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