Computex 2022: what to expect from this year’s show
Computex 2022 runs from May 24 - 27
Computex 2022 runs from May 24 – May 27 in Taipei, Taiwan, and is the greatest – and generally invigorating – registering occasion in the schedule.
Not at all like last year, which was online-just with Computex 2020 being dropped by and large, Computex 2022 is going on face to face.
In any case, since Taiwan is as yet restricting global guests because of the Coronavirus pandemic, press from different areas of the planet will not be there in that frame of mind of numbers we’ve been accustomed to seeing pre-pandemic.
That incorporates us. TechRadar will be remotely covering Computex 2022, however that won’t mean you’ll pass up a great opportunity. We’ll in any case present to you all the greatest letting the cat out of the bag as it rises out of the show.
This incorporates feature introductions from Nvidia and AMD, as well as appearances from Asus, Gigabyte and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. These large players all have central command in Taiwan, yet that implies different organizations may not be available.
That is the situation for Intel, which is presumably the most recognizable nonappearance from the current year’s occasion.
In any case, Computex 2022 ought to be an intriguing feature for the eventual fate of processing, so read on for what’s in store. We’ll refresh this page with all the letting it be known as it works out.
Get to the point
What’s going on here? The greatest figuring meeting of the year
When is it? May 24 – May 27 2022
Where could it be? Taipei, Taiwan
Computex 2022 date
Computex 2022 authoritatively starts off on May 23, 2022 and goes on until May 27. As in earlier years, Nvidia and AMD will have feature introductions right from the start (Taiwan time).
We anticipate that different makers should declare new items all through the week from large Taiwanese organizations like Asus, Acer and Gigabyte.
AMD CES 2021
AMD at Computex 2022
AMD President Lisa Su is giving a feature address at Computex 2022, according to custom. It very well may be a pressed featured discussion, what begins at 11PM PT (2AM ET, 7AM BST) on May 23.
We’re hoping to see a greater amount of AMD’s new Ryzen 7000 processors. Reported at CES 2022, these new chips will offer DDR5 and PCIe 5.0 help, and will utilize new Harmony 4 design in view of a 5nm hub, contrasted with 7nm of past Ryzen chips.
AMD has structure for flaunting new computer processors at CES then sending off them at Computex, so that could be the case this year. We ought to get more data on execution, specs and perhaps cost for these work area processors.
We don’t anticipate seeing Ryzen 7000 processors for PCs, nonetheless. They are bound to show up in 2023.
An AMD Radeon Illustrations Card With Three Fans Standing Upstanding Against A Dull Red Background
With respect to AMD’s GPUs, we might get a brief look at the forthcoming RDNA 3 RX 7000 GPUs. These are supposed to send off in the not so distant future to contend with rival Nvidia’s up and coming age of illustrations cards, yet we have barely any insight into them. Computex 2022 could be the ideal chance to show them off.
Nvidia CES 2021
Nvidia at Computex 2022
PC gamers will need to tune into Nvidia’s show, what begins at 8PM PT on May 23 (11PM ET, or 4AM May 24 BST) to see what the GPU producer has coming up.
We anticipate that Nvidia should send off its RTX 4000 series of ‘Lovelace’ GPUs not long from now, and there’s been tales that we could see any semblance of the RTX 4080 and RTX 4090 as soon as July.
Assuming that is valid, we might see them at Computex. Last year, Nvidia’s Jeff Fisher declared the RTX 3090 Ti at Computex – so we might be in for something almost identical this year. There have additionally been bits of gossip about a spending plan GTX 1630 GPU, which could be flaunted at the feature also.
Notwithstanding, assuming that Nvidia just shows off a financial plan GPU and no executioner cutting edge models, we might be disheartened.
Intel at Computex 2022
Unfortunately, Intel will not be at the current year’s occasion. This is probably going to be a result of Taiwan’s as yet severe Coronavirus approaches. Not at all like Nvidia and AMD, which are situated in Taiwan, Intel leaders might have found it too convoluted to even consider going to in any significant limit.
All things being equal, Intel held its own occasion recently. Thus, if you need to figure out more about impending Raptor Lake processors, and to figure out more about Bend Chemist GPUs – which will see Intel take on AMD and Nvidia in the gaming illustrations card market, then, at that point, it will not be at Computex 2022.