CES opens in Las Vegas subsequent week, and you understand what which means. If it matches right into a PC or your pocket; if it sits on a console or kitchen counter; if it beeps, buzzes, or talks; and if it’s artificially clever or no less than considerably good; it will likely be there, someplace, in an excellent river of expertise flowing by the resorts and conference facilities alongside the Strip.

We can be there, too, and we’ve already pinpointed some intriguing applied sciences that we’ll make sure to cowl on the present. Preserve studying to seek out out what we’re wanting ahead to seeing—and keep tuned for our day by day protection to see what occurs. 

AMD’s next-gen Ryzen

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Rumors have swirled for months that AMD could be rolling out the sequel to its smash hit Ryzen CPUs as quickly as March. That will make CES the right time for the corporate to start beating the drums.

The large query is what precisely AMD might deliver to the next-gen Ryzen to prime the unique. A die shrink to 12nm? An much more insane price-per-core ratio? 

We gained’t know till we’re bathed within the elegant and fashionable glow of the Las Vegas Strip. —Gordon Mah Ung

Intel Kaby Lake G

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Not since one sweet engineer carrying chocolate bumped into one other carrying peanut butter has one thing emerged as yummy as Intel’s new Kaby Lake G, which mixes an Intel Eighth-gen CPU with a custom-built AMD Radeon GPU.

What isn’t recognized is which Radeon Intel has entry too. Many speculated that AMD would solely quit older graphics elements, however an apparently unintentional leak by Intel India appeared to substantiate it will truly be AMD’s latest Vega.

At CES we anticipate to study extra particulars of Kaby Lake G and see simply how briskly it’s going to be. —Gordon Mah Ung


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