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AMD Details Ryzen Mobile, Threadripper, Radeon Vega, and Epyc at Computex 2017

01 June 2017

The top-of-the-range ROG Strix GL702ZC is powered by a Ryzen 7 1700 CPU, while model variants with smaller Ryzen processors will also be available. At Computex apart from a few teasers of the vega graphics card AMD did not give out any new information on the new graphics card either. ASUS claims a Cinebench score of 1410 and 60% more CPU compute power compared to any other laptop on the market.

ThreadRipper has about twice the power of its Ryzen 7 CPUs, which are powering several new Windows desktops from Acer, Asus, Dell, and Lenovo.

Previously, AMD has gathered much attention to its upcoming server microprocessor and data center plans including AMD Radeon RX Vega and Ryzen series.

Following the recent launches of seven AMD Ryzen desktop processors, including AMD Ryzen™ 7 and AMD Ryzen™ 5, created to bring innovation and competition back to the full spectrum of premium PC markets, AMD outlined continued momentum for Ryzen.

At Computex, AMD showed off Ryzen Threadripper running Blender alongside its upcoming Radeon Frontier Edition.

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ThreadRipper CPUs will run on motherboards based on the X399 chipset, and will be particularly large in size, as can be seen in the image above. But coming so close to the Ryzen launch, it doesn't sound like it'll be radically different. The tech company stated that the first EPYC processor-based servers will launch on June 20 and will get vast support from original equipment manufacturers and channel partners. It will feature "up to" 16 cores and 32 threads, 64 PCIe 3.0 lanes, and quad channel DDR4 memory. AMD displayed the processors, which will debut in the summer of this year, for the first time.

AMD stopped short of confirming important details about ThreadRipper, such as its clock speed, price or release date, beyond repeating it will be out "this summer". Su's keynote didn't reveal any new details about the Radeon Vega line of GPUs, but did announce when PC gamers can look forward to AMD's official announcement of consumer-level Vega cards. A working sample of a sub-15mm thin 2-in-1 with a Ryzen Mobile processor was shown on stage. RX Vega will be launched at SIGGRAPH at the end of July.

Last were the announcements of Ryzen CPUs and RX 500 GPUs being integrated into the mobile platform of laptops and notebooks.

In fact, AMD said that the hotly anticipated Radeon RX Vega GPUs destined for mainstream PCs won't be launched until SIGGRAPH 2017, which takes place in Los Angeles, kicking off on July 30.