Windows 10: AMD Virtually Confirms That Ryzen Launch Will Take Place At GDC 2017
AMD Virtually Confirms That Ryzen Launch Will Take Place At GDC 2017
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If you skim through AMD’s GDC 2017 schedule note, it might appear pretty mundane to you. — non-eventful, to say the least. “Optimizing for AMD Ryzen CPU,” it reads.
However, dig a little deeper and go through the brief given on the event page, and you’re sure as heck in for some pleasant surprises. That’s because the brief for the event makes it look like as though the chip giant will be launching its much-anticipated Ryzen processors on Fab 28, 2017.
That’s less than a couple of months from now!
Last edited by Brink; 14 Jan 2017 at 23:10.
Reason: Fixed format. Cannot copy whole article from source that's not Microsoft.
I'm assuming they meant Feb. 28th.
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