But it is not all roses
AMD will announce Vega at its 2017 Financial Analyst Day and of course none other than Raja Koduri will share a few more details with us.
We can now confirm the rumours that Intel has given up on Nvidia because it has written a cheque to license AMD's graphics.
Named after a place famous for its drive by shootings
AMD is expected to unveil the 16-core, 32-thread 'Whitehaven' CPU, at Computex in Taipei at the end of May.
Zen-based CPU with possible Vega-based GPU
An unnamed AMD Raven Ridge APU has been spotted in SiSoftware database showing a few more details about the upcoming Zen-based APU from AMD.
New user survey show users very happy with it
A first impression survey by 3DCenter shows that AMD's Ryzen 5 processors are the best CPU product launch since it started doing these surveys seven years ago.
For improved DDR4 memory support
AMD is apparently going to release a new Ryzen AGESA update for AM4 motherboards which should further improve memory support.
Performance improvements for Prey
AMD and its Radeon Technologies Group have released their latest Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.5.1 driver, which brings performance improvements and optimizations for Bethesda's newest Prey game based on CryEngine.
Similar to Fiji GPU
A big update to the Digital Rendering Manger (DRM) in Linux 4.12 kernel, which adds initial Radeon Vega support, has left us with possible specifications for that same upcoming AMD flagship GPU.
Alleged benchmark result shows up
During its Q1 2017 financial call, AMD has confirmed that its Vega GPU architecture is still on track for Q2 launch, which means it should be launched by the end June.