AMD Event Virtual Keynote – Explained
AMD Event – AMD finished its virtual keynote for this year’s Computex 2021 tech trade show by June 1, 2021. During the event, AMD announced several new products including its new Radeon RX 6000M mobile graphics card, AMD advantage design framework, and AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution tech.
AMD Radeon RX 6000M
AMD is taking on Nvidia with its Radeon RX 6000M series. Built on AMD’s rDNA 2 gaming architecture, it delivers up to 1.5x higher performance or up to 43 per cent lower power at the same performance level compared to RDNA architecture. The chipset giant touts the new Radeon RX 6800M GPU offers 1400p/120 fps performance with support of next-generation DirectX raytracing. AMD says its Radeon RX 6000M series mobile graphics bring a number of features to gamers including Infinity Edge, Smart Access memory, and SmartShift technology. HP, Asus, MSI and Lenovo will bring the new AMD Radeon RX 6000M GPU to their new powerful gaming laptops.
AMD Advantage Design Framework – AMD Event
Alongside AMD’s announcement of its Radeon RX 6000M series GPU. The company also announced how it plans to make future high-end gaming laptops. It is announcing AMD Advantage Design Framework, a new programme where the veteran chip company will work closely with its OEM partners. In order to develop high-performance gaming laptops. Think of this as Intel’s Evo platform but for gaming laptops. Laptops with AMD’s Advantage Design Framework have to go through extremely strict entry requirements.
For starters, it must be powered by AMD Radeon RX 6000M mobile graphics. Ryzen 5000 series mobile processors, Radeon software, FreeSync premium-certified displays, fast NVME storage, and much more. AMD Advantage laptops must deliver 100FPS gaming in most visual titles, 144Hz+ high-refresh rate, and 300+ nits displays. It also needs to be lightweight and offer custom-tuned thermals. Despite the strict requirements, plenty of new AMD Advantage laptops are coming to the market. These include Asus ROG Strix G15/17 with AMD Ryzen 5900HX processor and Radeon RX 6800M GPUs and HP Omen 16 laptop. Both coming to the market this month. AMD Advantage laptops from Lenovo and MSI, meanwhile, will launch later this year.
AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution
Another big announcement is the launch of open-source. Cross-platform AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution that brings up to 2.5X higher performance and optimised spatial upscaling in select games. This is essentially AMD’s answer to Nvidia’s DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling) AI technology. The company claims its FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) offers support. On more than 10 AMD processors and GPUs as well as rival Nvidia GPUs. Since this FPS is open-source, it is easy for developers to integrate this technology into new and existing titles. It will share more info about FSR and supported titles on June 22.
AMD Ryzen 5 5600G and Ryzen 7 5700 APUs
The AMD announced two new processors during the company’s Keynote event: the Ryzen 7 5700G and the Ryzen 5 5600G. According to AMD, both will launch on August 5, priced at $359 and $259, respectively. They are part of AMD’s Zen 3 family and have integrated Radeon Vega graphics. The flagship Ryzen 7 5700G has an 8-core/16-thread Zen 3 APU with a base clock of 3.8GHz and a boost clock of 4.6GHz. The entire APU is rated for a TDP of 65 watts. The Ryzen 5 5600G, meanwhile, comes with a 6-core/-12-thread design.
After rival Intel debuted a number of processors targeting business, education, and gaming yesterday, all eyes are on AMD today to see what the company has in store to take on its biggest rival in the processor space. Last year was quite the year for AMD with the launch of its latest Ryzen 5000 desktop processors and Radeon RX 6000 series graphics cards. These advances are expected to continue in 2021.
Keynotes of Event – AMD Event
With AMD’s CES keynote now wrapped up, we’ve listed the highlights from CES. We’ll also be updating this post throughout CES with all the latest news from AMD, so be sure to refresh your browser to get the updates on all the announcements. Be sure to also follow the Digital Trends’ CES 2021 hub for all the latest news.
AMD CEO Lisa Su said as she kicked off her CES keynote. Su gave examples of how AMD is using high-performance computing to combat some of the world’s most pressing problems, like fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. In many businesses, digital transformations accelerated, Su said, noting that though the pandemic has different effects on people, it had made 2020 a more productive year for technology companies. She said our relationship with technology has fundamentally changed over the last year, and high-performance computing is at the centre of this change.
In November, AMD introduced its new Zen 3 processor architecture, highlighting improved performance and energy efficiency, Su said. Now, Zen 3 is going mobile with the Ryzen 5000 mobile processor designed for ultrathin and gaming notebooks. These new chips offer tremendous performance and battery life, Su said. Noting that AMD is the only company with an eight-core processor in an ultrathin. You can expect to do more, be more productive, Su said. highlighting the chip’s gaming potential in a light notebook.