When it comes to Vega, there can’t be any other product in the PC market that has been subjected to so many leaks. Now, AMD Radeon RX Vega is going to be the part of the largest PC hardware component exhibit – Computex.
The event is scheduled from May 30 to June 3 in Taipei, Taiwan. This year’s Computex will be hosting a number of partners who will be showcasing their latest or upcoming range of graphics cards. If the report by Videocardz is to be believed, we will be able to get a peek at the AMD Radeon RX Vega at the 2017 event.
Powercolor has already sent out the press invitations that promises to showcase “new technologies and other latest products”. Powercolor is one of AMD’s add-in-board partners and has said in covert words that the Vega-based GPU might be showcased.
This also stands true because of the fact that the RX 500 has already been announced and nothing except Radeon RX Vega is left as the “new technology” for being showcased. Otherwise, the Vega is likely to launch by the end of June.
There is no official word on its launch though, and the company is saying the product launch to happen sometime in Q2, which is already half its way. Since we still have a couple of months left, there are high chances that AMD will spill the beans about the Vega GPU, which it hasn’t done till date.
Wccftech yesterday reported about an event that AMD will be hosting on May 16th where the top executives of the company will be talking about the company’s roadmap. Certain products like Vega, Navi, and Zen+ are expected to be talked about at the event. The report confirms that it won’t be a product launch, so not much information on their products can be expected.